First things first,
pympl is written specifically for Python 2.7, so you
should definitely have that running on your system. It has not been tested for
Python 2.6, although it may work there too.
Per usual Python packages, there are a few ways to install the library.
Installation via pip is the recommended method:
pip install pympl
If you prefer
github + setup.py¶
Or, if you want the latest and greatest, you can always clone the repo from
github and manually run
git clone https://github.com/countach74/pympl cd pympl python setup.py install
Connecting to Ministry Platform¶