If using Windows with a CANtact-compatible CAN Bus adapter, such as CANine, you will need to install an .inf file to enable proper device naming. You can download the inf file here. Extract the archive, right click and select Install.
This is the most straightforward method to install Tinymovr studio and have access to hardware.
pip3 install tinymovr tinymovr
You should now be looking at the Tinymovr Studio IPython interface.
Tinymovr can be installed inside a Virtualenv or Anaconda environment.
With Anaconda, create a new environment:
conda create --name tinymovr python=3.7 -y conda activate tinymovr
Alternatively you can use any Python version >= 3.6.
Then simply install and run Tinymovr:
pip install tinymovr tinymovr
Using git clone¶
The master branch of the Github repository represents the state of art of development, and it may contain bugs. For a stable version, especially if you are starting with the project, please consider installing Tinymovr Studio using pip as shown above.
First clone the Tinymovr repo to a local directory:
git clone https://github.com/yconst/Tinymovr
Then cd to the cloned repo directory and install in developer mode:
cd Tinymovr/studio/Python pip3 install -e .