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pyenv installer

This tool installs pyenv and friends. It is inspired by rbenv-installer.

Prerequisites ----Git installed.

In general, compiling your own Python interpreter requires the installation of the appropriate libraries and packages. The installation wiki provides a list of these for common operating systems.

Installation / Update / Uninstallation

Once prerequisites have been installed correctly:

Install: ~~~~ If you wish to install a specific release of Pyenv rather than the latest head, set the PYENV_GIT_TAG environment variable (e.g. export PYENV_GIT_TAG=v2.2.5).

pyenv.run redirects to the install script in this repository and the invocation above is equivalent to:

curl -L https://github.com/pyenv/pyenv-installer/raw/master/bin/pyenv-installer | bash

After installing, follow these instructions to set up your shell environment.

You can now begin using pyenv.

If you need, export USE_SSH to use git@github.com(SSH pseudo-URL) instead of https:// for git clone. (Need to have ssh installled.)

Update: ~~~~ .. code:: bash

pyenv update

Uninstall: ~~~~

pyenv is installed within $PYENV_ROOT (default: ~/.pyenv). To uninstall, just remove it:

then remove these three lines from .bashrc:

and finally, restart your shell:

Using pyenv-installer on Travis CI

Travis itself uses pyenv and therefore PYENV_ROOT is set already. To make it work anyway the installation for pyenv-installer needs to look like this:

[...]
- unset PYENV_ROOT
- curl -L https://github.com/pyenv/pyenv-installer/raw/master/bin/pyenv-installer | bash
- export PATH="$HOME/.pyenv/bin:$PATH"
- pyenv install 3.5.2

Development and testing

The project on github contains a setup for vagrant to test the installer inside a vagrant managed virtual image.

If you don't know vagrant yet: just install the latest package, open a shell in this project directory and say

vagrant up
vagrant ssh

Now you are inside the vagrant container and your prompt should like something like vagrant@vagrant-ubuntu-trusty-64:~$

The project (this repository) is mapped into the vagrant image at /vagrant

Pyenv should be installed and responding now.

Version History

20190111

  • Remove experimental PyPi support and replace with a dummy package.

20150113

  • Initial release on PyPi.

20130601

  • Initial public release.

License

MIT - see License file.