There are different ways to get started with Arturo.
Pick the one that suits you best and you are ready to go :)
The easy way
curl -sSL https://get.arturo-lang.io | sh
Copy-paste the code above in your terminal and Arturo's most recent stable version will be automatically installed. To get the most recent (nightly) build, just use:
curl -sSL https://get.arturo-lang.io/latest | sh
If there is any issue with the installation, just let me know and I'll try to fix it. In this case, try one of the methods below.
💡 Arturo should compile practically everywhere: Windows, Linux, BSD, Mac OS - even Android. If you encounter an issue, or your OS is not supported, drop me a line!
If you want to have the latest cutting-edge version of Arturo, the easiest and most bulletproof way is to build it yourself.
What you'll need first
- Nim compiler
if you don't have it installed, all it'll take is 2 simple commands:
curl https://nim-lang.org/choosenim/init.sh -sSf | sh choosenim stable
- Dependencies (only for Linux):
- gtk+-3.0 (* needed only for non-mini builds)
- webkit2gtk-4.0 (* needed only for non-mini builds)
Build & Install Arturo
What you need to do in order to build Arturo and install it is clone this repo and run the installation script.
All the process in a nutshell:
git clone https://github.com/arturo-lang/arturo.git cd arturo ./install
After this, Arturo will be installed in
~/.arturo/bin. Just make sure the aforementioned path is in your
$PATH as per the installation script instructions.
💡 For mini builds - that is without GTK dependencies and a tiny bit less library functions - just install via
Arturo also comes with its own pre-built binaries (for now, for Linux and macOS). All you have to do is download one of them and run it - that's it!
For stable versions, you may check out one of the "official" releases.
For being as up-to-date as possible, head over to the Nightlies repo and simply download the latest release.
Although it won't cut it, if what you need is the real-deal compiler for everyday use, if you just need a taste of it, the Docker image will absolutely do.
Just use the existing docker image:
docker run -it arturolang/arturo
or (to run a specific local script):
docker run -it -v $(pwd):/home arturolang/arturo <yourscript.art>
If you are on macOS, you can easily install Arturo using Homebrew as well - although I cannot guarantee it will be the latest version:
brew install arturo