In order to run Wille, you need a Python interpreter:
We recommend using CPython:
If you are using Jython <http://www.jython.org/>:
If you have installed setuptools <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/setuptools>, you can install Wille very conveniently by executing:
Alternatively, you can install Wille from its distribution package.
Extract files from the distribution package (.zip) into a temporary folder. Install Wille by executing the setup file:
python setup.py install
Confirm that Wille has been installed by importing it in Python:
>>> import wille >>>
A blank response (above) indicates, the library was successfully loaded. To verify the installation, you can print out Wille’s version:
>>> wille.__version__ 2.3.0.final.0
Depending on your choice of Python interpreter, you may or may not have your system path variable set up correctly. In order to test this, try starting Wille server in command-prompt by typing:
If the admin script is not found, you need to set up your system path.
In Windows with Python 2.6 you can add Python Scripts location to PATH by invoking:
For more information on setting up Python’s path variables in Windows, see <http://docs.python.org/using/windows.html#excursus-setting-environment-variables>