First make sure you have a working installation of Python. If you have never worked with Python before, we recommend installing Miniconda alongside the Visual Studio Code text editor. After selecting Miniconda as the Python interpreter in VS Code, you may now install OpenTerrace using pip:
Install in editable mode
If you plan on extending or modifying OpenTerrace, you should install it in editable mode. First, use any git client such as GitHub Desktop to clone the OpenTerrace repository
Next, I recommend using Linux or WSL (if on Windows). Inside a linux terminal do:
Then, initialise your conda environment:
Now, reopen your terminal and create a virtual environment called
- Then activate it:
Install pip inside the
Verify that the right pip version is picked up:
Finally, install OpenTerrace inside our virtual environment by navigating to the "openterrace-python" folder and install in editable mode by:
Verify that the
otvirtual environment is picked up in VS Code.
Now you are ready to run tutorials and modify the OpenTerrace like as you like.