Installation

Installing Roméo on your computer is very simple. First, download the Roméo package you’re interested in.

Microsoft Windows

Please note that you need to have Tcl/Tk (8.4.x but not 8.5.x!) installed on your PC in order to run Roméo. For instance, you can use ActiveTcl.

If you have chosen to download the zipped package, unzip it in the folder in which you want to store Roméo. Then go to the gui folder and double-click on the romeo.tcl file.

If you have downloaded the installer, execute it and follow the instructions. The Readme.txt file is at the root of the folder you have chosen during the installation; you can open it at the end of the installation. To launch Roméo, go to the gui folder and double-click on the romeo.tcl file (you can also launch it at the end of the installation).

Installation on Linux and Mac OS X is even more simple than on Microsoft Windows!

Linux

You do not need to have any dedicated libraries pre-installed.

On Linux, you just need to unzip the package in the folder in which you want to store Roméo. That’s it! You can now use Roméo by running the Roméo executable.

Mac OS X

You do not need to have any dedicated libraries pre-installed.

On Mac OS X, you just need to mount the .dmg file you’ve just downloaded and to drag & drop files in your Applications folder. That’s it! You’re ready to use Roméo.

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