Two things to alert you on:
- the github repository master is now largely Py3 compliant (I’m sure there are bugs but most stuff works). It also uses wxPython 4.0 (a complete rewrite from wxPython team)
- nearly all dependencies should install automatically using pip install!
Both these aspects need testing. If you felt like trying to use Python3 from now on as your dev environment that would be cool!
In theory, just
- install Python 3.6
- go to your local copy of github repos (and pull the latest from remote)
pip3 install -e .to get a development installation of the current code (that means it will be a link from site-packages to this folder, not copying the folder itself)
- all dependencies except for pyo should install for you!
You’ll obviously need to check how your paths are set up etc. but you should then be able to launch the psychopy app by pointing to it in the normal way.
Post here if you find any probs with either a) Py3 compatibility and b) pip installation fails (eg. missing dependencies)