QueueMe can be installed natively (python 3 recommended) with pip:
pip install qme
or via conda-forge:
conda install --channel conda-forge qme
or you can clone and install from source:
$ git clone https://github.com/vsoch/qme $ cd qme $ python setup.py install
$ pip install -e .
When you have installed qme, there will be an executable “qme” placed in your bin folder:
which qme /home/vanessa/anaconda3/bin/qme
and you should be able to run the executable and see the usage. However, the basic install will not install a small number of extra dependencies needed for a more robust (even sqlite) database (requires sqlalchemy) or a web interface (requires Flask). To install these, the recommended install is to do:
pip install qme[database] pip install -e .[database]
If you want to install the web interface, you’ll need flask and some extras. These can be installed with “app”:
pip install qme[app] pip install -e .[app]
or just install all dependencies:
pip install qme[all] pip install -e .[all]
If you have any questions or issues, please open an issue.