SimPype is a simulation framework based on SimPy (>=4.0.1) and runs on Python 3 (>=3.6) only. So make sure you have a recent version of Python installed on your system. SimPype also supports PyPy for an easy distribution and installation. If you have pip3 installed, just type:

$ pip3 install simpype

Please note that the command is called pip3 and not simply pip. SimPy is automatically installed as dependency, so you do not need to install it manually.

If you don’t have pip3 installed on your system, you might install it with the following commands:

On Centos:

$ yum install python34-pip

On Fedora:

$ dnf install python3-pip

On Debian:

$ apt-get install python3-pip

On Ubuntu:

$ apt-get install python3-pip

For any other systems, please refer to their documentation.

Installing from source

If you prefer installing SimPype from source, you have two options:

From PyPi

You can download SimPype and install it manually. Extract the archive, open a terminal window where you extracted SimPype and type:

$ python3 install

From GitHub

Alternatively, you can clone SimPype repository from GitHub by typing in a terminal windows:

$ git clone

Now change your working directory in the freshly cloned repository and type:

$ python3 install