Gram is a programming language for distributed systems.
If you're running macOS or Linux (AArch64 or x86-64), you can install Gram with this command:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/gramlang/gram/main/install.sh -LSfs | sh
The same command can be used again to update to the latest version.
The installation script supports the following optional environment variables:
VERSION=x.y.z(defaults to the latest version)
For example, the following will install Gram into the working directory:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/gramlang/gram/main/install.sh -LSfs | PREFIX=. sh
If you prefer not to use this installation method, you can download the binary from the releases page, make it executable (e.g., with
chmod), and place it in some directory in your
If you're running Windows (AArch64 or x86-64), download the latest binary from the releases page and rename it to
gram.exe if you have file extensions visible). Create a directory called
Gram in your
%PROGRAMFILES% directory (e.g.,
C:\Program Files\Gram), and place the renamed binary in there. Then, in the "Advanced" tab of the "System Properties" section of Control Panel, click on "Environment Variables..." and add the full path to the new
Gram directory to the
PATH variable under "System variables". Note that the
Program Files directory might have a different name if Windows is configured for a language other than English.
To update to an existing installation, simply replace the existing binary.
If you have Cargo, you can install Gram as follows:
cargo install gram
You can run that command with
--force to update an existing installation.