Install via NPM¶
To install the Clio programming language, you’ll need Node.js and NPM. After installing Node and NPM, you can install Clio by running:
npm i -g clio
Check your installation by running
clio in your local shell. You’re
good to go!
Your Node version needs to be at least v14.14.0.
Install via Arch User Repository¶
If you are using an Arch-based linux distribution, you might consider
installing Clio via the Arch User Repository (AUR). You can get more
information about the
clio-lang package here:
Bleeding Edge Installation¶
Clio is in active development and installation is only recommended for testing, early adopting and development so it is recommended to install from git before we reach a stable version one release.
To install from git, you’ll need Node.js, NPM and git. You need to clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/clio-lang/clio
cd to the project directory:
Now you need to install dependencies, to do that run:
Now you need to link the
If you are planning to make changes to the local clio installation, you
will need to specify its location in the
variable. This ensures, that local clio packages will be used when
building a project.
Setting CLIOPATH on MacOS/Linux¶
Add this line to your
Setting CLIOPATH on Windows¶