Installation

The CodeGrade Filesystem is compatible with all popular operating systems:

  • GNU/Linux
  • MacOS
  • Windows

Note

The support for windows is currently experimental: we would love to hear your feedback!

GNU/Linux and MacOS

The Filesystem can be installed on GNU/Linux or MacOS using pip, with the command: sudo pip install CodeGra.fs. This installs three scripts, cgfs used to mount the file-system, cgfs-qt a GUI that can be used to mount the file-system, and cgapi-consumer used by editor plugins. You can also install cgfs by giving pip the --user flag, however make sure $HOME/.local/bin is in your $PATH in this case.

Note

Please consult our PyPi page here.

Please note that pip3 is used, this because CodeGra.fs only with works with python 3.5 or higher. For MacOS this will probably mean you need to install Python3, you can do this using e.g. homebrew (brew install python).

On GNU/Linux and MacOS CodeGra.fs depends on:

Note

Please note that the newest version of FUSE for macOS is required for macOS Mojave, this has to be installed manually from FUSE.

Windows

Installation on Windows can also be done by using pip by following the steps for GNU/Linux and MacOS above. Another easier way is however using our supplied installer. You can download the installer for the latest release here. The installer does not install the command line cgfs script, if you need this script for whatever reason simply install the package using pip.

When using the Windows installer you still need to install WinFsp separately. Currently only version 1.4B3 is supported (which is in beta), you can download it here.

When installing using pip CodeGra.fs depends on: