- Python 2.5+, 3.2+
- git 1.7.11+ (executable must be in your path. Make sure at least
git stash -uworks)
- WinMerge (optional, for diffing, Windows)
- Meld (optional, for diffing, Linux)
- pywin32 for lines coloring (Windows).
Then if you want to get the last released version, you can do:
pip install mu-repo
If you want to grab from Github directly (which may be even better if you have multiple Python installs around), you can clone it from the path:
git clone git://github.com/fabioz/mu-repo.git
and then add the mu-repo directory to your
PATH, that way,
mu in the command line should give a proper message.
Note: if you installed from Github,
mu auto-update can be used to grab the latest changes (if you used
pip itself to upgrade