MacOS Source Installation¶
Recommended for Developers Only
Installation using Docker is more efficient for running Hummingbot. Installing from source is only recommended for developers who want to access and modify the software code.
Part 1. Install Dependencies¶
Running Hummingbot on Mac OSX requires Xcode and Xcode command line tools.
Step 1. Install Xcode command line tools¶
Step 2. Install Anaconda3¶
Hummingbot requires Python 3 and other Python libraries. To manage these dependencies, Hummingbot uses Anaconda, an open source environment and package manager for Python that is the current industry standard for data scientists and data engineers.
To install Anaconda, go to the Anaconda site and download the Python 3.7 installer for your operating system. Both the graphical installer and the command line installer will work. Run the installer, and it will guide you through the installation process.
Afterwards, open a Terminal window and try the
conda command. If the command is valid, then Anaconda has been successfully installed, even if the graphical installer says that it failed.
If you use ZSH or another Unix shell, copy the code snippet below to your
.zshrc or similar file. By default, Anaconda only adds it to your
.bash_profile file. This makes the
conda command available in your root path.
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Part 2. Install Hummingbot¶
You can install Hummingbot by selecting either of the following options from the tabs below:
- Easy Install: download and use automated install scripts.
- Manual Installation: run install commands manually.
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