Visit https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyMonad for more information.
For Mac OS and Linux developers, the
pip install pymonad command may require the
sudo command as a prefix. If you've installed a personal version of Python, you won't need to use
sudo. If you've installed Python system-wide, then you'll need
sudo. When running a command such as
sudo pip install pymonad, you'll be prompted for your password to ensure that you have the administrative permissions necessary to do the installation. For Windows developers, the
sudo command is not relevant, but you do need to have administrative rights.
Once the PyMonad package is installed, you can confirm it using the following commands:
>>> import pymonad
This will display the
docstring module and confirm that things really are properly installed.