Below, we describe in detail how to install Schevo for Mac OSX. The instructions have been tested on the following operating systems:
Unless you change your PATH environment variable, do not run Python by running python, as that will invoke the system-installed Python, which is version 2.3.5 in OSX 10.4.
Instead, run python2.5 as shown in examples below.
If you do not have administrator privileges, request to have an administrator install Python for you.
Download workingenv.py to your home directory.
If it doesn’t exist, create a directory named env in your home directory using a terminal or your favorite file manager.
In a terminal, create the environment:
$ python2.5 ~/workingenv.py ~/env/schevo
In a terminal, run these commands to activate the Schevo environment and change to its source directory:
$ source ~/env/schevo/bin/activate
You’ll see (schevo) added to your prompt. Repeat this section every time you want to access the schevo working environment.
In a command prompt, use EasyInstall to install the latest release of Schevo: