Install with Pip¶
You can install nameko and its dependencies from PyPI with pip:
pip install nameko
Nameko is actively developed on GitHub. Get the code by cloning the public repository:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:nameko/nameko.git
You can install from the source code using setuptools:
python setup.py install
Several of Nameko’s built-in features rely on RabbitMQ. Installing RabbitMQ is straightforward on most platforms and they have excellent documentation.
With homebrew on a mac you can install with:
brew install rabbitmq
On debian-based operating systems:
apt-get install rabbitmq-server
For other platforms, consult the RabbitMQ installation guidelines.
The RabbitMQ broker will be ready to go as soon as it’s installed – it doesn’t need any configuration. The examples in this documentation assume you have a broker running on the default ports on localhost and the rabbitmq_management plugin is enabled.