The fast way to get set up:

wget && \

The slow way to get set up:

$ git clone
$ cd pypicloud
$ virtualenv pypicloud_env
$ . pypicloud_env/bin/activate
$ pip install -r requirements_dev.txt
$ pip install -e .
$ rm -r .git/hooks
$ ln -s ../git_hooks .git/hooks # This will run pylint before you commit

Run ppc-make-config -d development.ini to create a developer config file.

Now you can run the server with

$ pserve --reload development.ini

The unit tests require a redis server to be running on port 6379. Run unit tests with:

$ python nosetests


$ tox