Pyspread is a non-traditional spreadsheet application that is based on and written in the programming language Python.
pyspread is a non-traditional spreadsheet that is based on and written in the programming language Python.
It is released under the GPL v3. LICENSE
- Homepage: https://pyspread.gitlab.io/
- Repository: https://gitlab.com/pyspread/pyspread
- API Docs: https://pyspread.gitlab.io/pyspread/
The table below shows for which operating systems, pyspread is available in which version. If pyspread is unavailable or outdated for your operating system, you can install it using one of the three methods below.
pip install pyspread
It is assumed that python3 and git are installed.
Get sources and enter dir
git clone https://gitlab.com/pyspread/pyspread.git # or git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:pyspread/pyspread.git # then cd pyspread
Install dependencies and pyspread
pip3 install -r requirements.txt # or if pip3 is not present pip install -r requirements.txt # next python3 setup.py install
Getting the bleeding edge version from the code repository
Note that there may unfixed bugs if you use the latest repository version.
You may want to check the CI, which comprises unit tests at
Get the latest tarball or zip at https://gitlab.com/pyspread/pyspread or
clone the git repo at
With an installation via pip, distutils or your OS's installer, simply run
from any directory.
In order to start pyspread without installation directly from the cloned repository or the extracted tarball or zip, run
$ python -m pyspread
inside the top directory.
Please submit issues in the gitlab issue tracker at
Commit your changes, push them into your fork and send a pull request.
This page gives an overview how to do this:
You can find more more details about code organization at
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