Fire Safety Engineering Tools
Fire Safety Engineering Tools.
Documentation is work in progress.
pip is a package management system for installing and updating Python packages. pip comes with Python, so you get pip simply by installing Python. On Ubuntu and Fedora Linux, you can simply use your system package manager to install the
python3-pip package. The Hitchhiker's Guide to Python provides some guidance on how to install Python on your system if it isn't already; you can also install Python directly from python.org. You might want to upgrade pip before using it to install other programs.
pipinstall from PyPI:
pip install --upgrade fsetools
pipinstall from GitHub (requires git):
fsetoolsvia this route will include the latest commits/changes to the library.
pip install --upgrade "git+https://github.com/fsepy/fsetools.git@dev"
Command line interface
fsetools is installed, CLI help can be summoned using the following command in a terminal:
(base) C:\Users\Fu>fsetools -h
Remember to change to the correct Python environment if appropriate.
Ian Fu - email@example.com
This project is licensed under the Apache License version 2.0 - see the LICENSE file for details
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