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Setting up your environment

Disclamer: these steps work on Linux, and usually on OSX. Windows is not yet supported. For updates on Windows support, see this issue.

  1. Open a terminal and navigate to where you want the Pinecone folder to go
  2. Run the command git clone https://github.com/william01110111/Pinecone.git. This will download the Pinecone source code
  3. Move into the Pinecone directory
  4. run the command make. If you get a command not found error, you may need to install make or g++.
  5. If all goes well, after a few seconds you should end up with a Pinecone executable in your current directory called pinecone.
  6. Run it with the command ./pinecone path/to/pinecone/source.pn. If you don't have any Pinecone source code yet, test it with ./pinecone examples/hello_world.pn
  7. If it works, you can now move on to the "basic concepts" tutorial

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