Installation with Python 3 using PIP
You can install the Awaitable Python package from PIP repository using:
python3 -m pip install awaitable
You can install the downloaded Wheel package (.whl) using:
cd "~/folder with the downloaded file" python3 -m pip install awaitable-versione-*.whl
If you prefer to use the source code package you can extract and install it using:
cd "~/folder with the downloaded file" tar xzf "awaitable-version.pkg.tar.gz" python3 -m pip install -e "awaitable-version"
To uninstall the package later you can use:
python3 -m pip uninstall awaitable
Installation on Arch Linux and derivatives
In the AUR you can find the latest available version, it can be downloaded and built using yay (or a similar AUR helper) using
yay -S python-awaitable and then following the AUR helper instructions.
The development version is also available in the AUR and can be installed using yay (or a similar AUR helper) with
yay -S python-awaitable-git.
It's possible to download the tar.zst package from the Download page and install it using:
cd "~/folder with the downloaded file" sudo pacman -U "python-awaitable-version.tar.zst"