Setting up your Python Environment
Installing Maestro Locally
If you plan to use Maestro on a system that you personally manage, it is recommended
that you keep a PATH-accessible copy by using pipx.
pipx is a management utility for installing Python executables in their own
pipx following their install instructions.
pipx is installed, simply run:
Maestro should be accessible on the command line, simple test by running
Installing Maestro in Python Virtual Environments
To get started, we recommend using virtual environments. If you do not have the
virtualenv package installed, take a look at their official documentation to get started.
To create a new virtual environment:
python -m virtualenv maestro_venv source maestro_venv/bin/activate pip install maestrowf
Getting Started for Contributors
If you plan to develop on Maestro, install the repository directly using:
pip install poetry poetry install
Once set up, test the environment. The paths should point to a virtual environment folder.
which python which pip