CircUp runs on your desktop computer (and modifies/updates the files on your CircuitPython board).

After we have verified that we have all the requirements, it's time to install CircUp. Now that it's on PyPI, installation is a snap. Just open up the command line and type the following:

pip install circup

If you have Python 2 set as your default Python version, you may need to use pip3

That's it. After that type circup --version and it should return the version that it's running on. If it returns the version successfully, you should be good to go.

Upgrading to the latest Version

If you already have an older version of CircUp installed through PyPI, you can update to the latest version by typing:

pip install --upgrade circup

This guide was first published on Sep 18, 2019. It was last updated on Sep 18, 2019.

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