We recommend using the latest version of Python 3, although it is code written in 2.7. Flask-PluginKit supports Python 3.5 and newer, Python 2.7, and PyPy.
These distributions will be installed automatically when installing Flask-PluginKit.
We recommend using a virtual environment to manage the dependencies for your project, both in development and in production.
Of course, this requires you to understand it yourself.
Python 3 comes bundled with the
venv module to
create virtual environments.
If you are using Python 2, the venv module is not available. Instead, install virtualenv.
Within the activated virtual environment or global environment, use the following command to install Flask-PluginKit:
$ pip install -U Flask-PluginKit
Install development version¶
If you want to work with the latest Flask-PluginKit code before it’s released, install or update the code from the master branch:
$ pip install -U git+https://github.com/staugur/Flask-PluginKit.git@master