Please supports Linux and OSX at the moment. We're internally using Ubuntu Trusty and Yosemite but it should work on other reasonably recent distros.
curl https://get.please.build | bash
This will download and install the latest version of Please on your system.
It needs a Python parser to run; it ships with support for CPython (only version 2 for now)
and PyPy. On Linux it should automatically attempt to fetch a portable version of PyPy if not
available; on OSX you'll need to install it using
brew install pypy or similar.
In either case, if you want to use CPython, you'll need cffi installed;
pip install cffi>=1.5.0 should take care of it.
Please comes with completion scripts for Bash and zsh built-in.
You can produce them by running
plz query completions --bash_script or
plz query completions --zsh_script. This is handy to add to your .bashrc, for example:
source <(plz query completions --bash_script)
plz init at the root of your repo to create the .plzconfig file.
There are many options that can be configured in this file but you can worry about them
later - the defaults should be fine to begin with.
You will need to write some BUILD files to define how to compile your code. Carry on to Please Basics which will explain more about it.