Install and Run logopy

Two ways to install and run.

In both examples, I am running the interpreter in interactive GUI mode and have set the folder where I can load my logo scripts from with the load command.

Using pip

Install using pip:

$ pip install logopy

Then, run using:

$ -s ./example_scripts/ gui

Using pipenv

Information about pipenv .

Clone the repository from GitHub and install dependencies:

$ git clone
$ cd logopy/
$ pipenv install

Run logopy:

$ cd logopy/
$ PYTHONPATH=. pipenv run ./bin/ -s ./example_scripts/ gui

You must explicitly set the PYTHONPATH to include the logopy package folder when running the program using pipenv in this way since the library is not installed into your python’s site-packages folder.

Logo Compatibility

I tried to maintain compatibility with UCBLogo when I could. There are some times I decided to make some changes that had to do with the environment, but most of the commands I’ve implemented at this time should behave the same as documented in the UCBLogo Manual .