Subinitial Stacks Library
For more information visit this library's wiki at: https://bitbucket.org/subinitial/subinitial/wiki/Home
Subinitial Stacks documentation webpage: http://subinitial.com/stacks/docs
Git repository: https://bitbucket.org/subinitial/subinitial.git
The Subinitial Stacks Library provides interface code and firmware for Stacks products. All 2.x and 3.x versions share a common API, documentation, and example code. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for comments or questions
- Python 3.5+ or 2.7+
- python and pip3 or pip2 on your system PATH.
Use the commands below in a command prompt to verify your installed versions:
python --version python3 --version pip3 --version pip2 --version
Install all requirements, then open a command prompt and run the pip3 command below
pip3 install --user git+https://bitbucket.org/subinitial/subinitial.git
pip3to install the library into your Python 2 packages
--userflag allows you to install this package without admin privileges, If you'd like to install the package system-wide then omit the
pip3 install git+https://bitbucket.org/...
- You can use virtualenv to make a localized Python environment for a particular project then
pip install all required packages as needed with the virtualenv activated. Omit the
--userflag when installing this package inside a virtualenv.
- You can distribute a specific version of the library with your Python code easily by using the command below. The command below creates the subinitial-stacks package from the git tag v1.13.0 in the directory "." which is the current working directory (CWD)
pip3 install git+https://email@example.com --target="."
For a Stacks Core configured to IP address 192.168.1.49:
import subinitial.stacks as stacks core = stacks.Core(host="192.168.1.49")
For more detailed installation instructions and help getting started refer to the Getting Started page.