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=================== Installing PyZephyr =================== To install PyZephyr, you will first need to install Pyrex_. It's always a good idea to install Pyrex through your package manager, if possible. Your system's Pyrex package may be named ``python-pyrex`` or ``pyrex-py25``. If your package manager doesn't have a package for Pyrex, or if you wish to install Pyrex by hand anyway, you can do so by running:: $ easy_install Pyrex Once you've done that, to install PyZephyr globally, run:: $ python setup.py install If you want to build PyZephyr without installing it globally, you may want to run:: $ python setup.py build_ext --inplace which will build the C extensions in place next to their source, allowing you to import the various modules, so long as your current working directory is the root of the PyZephyr source tree. Alternatively, PyZephyr has been packaged for Debian and Ubuntu. To build the Debian package of the latest release, run:: $ git checkout debian $ git buildpackage $ sudo debi You will need the devscripts and git-buildpackage packages installed, as well as this package's build dependencies (debhelper, python-all-dev, python-central, python, python-pyrex, libzephyr-dev). .. _Pyrex: http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/greg.ewing/python/Pyrex/