Using PyPI

The project is currently marked as alpha. It’s available on PyPI, but you need to specify a version spec for pip to find it:

$ pip install rdc.etl==1.0.0a3

You can also ask for the latest version:

$ pip install rdc.etl\>1.0.0a

You should be done. You can check in a python shell that it worked.

>>> from rdc.etl import __version__
>>> print __version__

Using git

You can also install rdc.etl from sources, using git. Depending on what you want to do, you can either use master branch which contains the latest stable code (aka what is published to PyPI), or the dev branch (aka the target of incoming cool features).

$ git clone
$ cd etl
$ python develop


Virtualenv usage is highly advised.