Hi!, if you are interested on Shoebot, the first step is installing it:
check the instructions below or contact us through the IRC WebChat in FreeNode #shoebot or any other of the means available to contact.
GNU/Linux (Ubuntu, openSUSE, Fedora, etc), and Mac OS X
Download Development Version
In order to enjoy the latest features of Shoebot, you should try getting the development version of Shoebot. It comes straight from the oven, bugs might lurk, but it’s extremely unlikely that something grave will happen to your computer.
You can get it straight from our repository:
You can also browse our repository in your browser.
First, you’ll need to install the necessary dependencies.
on Debian and Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install python-cairo python-gtk2 python-gobject python-gtksourceview2 python-rsvg
yum install pycairo pygtk2 pygobject2 python-imaging gnome-python2-rsvg
zypper install pycairo pygtk2 pygobject2 python-imaging gnome-python2-rsvg
on Mac OS X
On your terminal, install with MacPorts (http://www.macports.org) and Python 2.5
sudo port install freetype sudo port install py25-numpy -atlas sudo port install pango +quartz sudo port install librsvg py25-pil py25-cairo py25-gtk
MacPorts does not have the python-rsvg package, so svg output won’t work.
shoebot-ide won’t work either.
After it’s done, unpack the Shoebot archive that you downloaded earlier. You should now see a new shoebot/ directory. The only remaining step is to install it proper.
cd shoebot sudo python setup.py install
Now head over to the Getting Started page to read on how to use Shoebot.
There is a portable Windows front-end for Shoebot, which includes a quite old, but usable version of Shoebot: Spryte. It’s as for now, the smoothest way to get Shoebot running on Windows.
You can also get an outdated Windows version here: http://tinkerhouse.net/shoebot/packages/shoebot-0.2-win.zip (no installation required)Comments Off