Installation and Setup
In order to install pydraw you must, of course, have Python installed and added to the PATH.

Installation

Installing pyDraw via the command-line is as simple as one command:
pip install pydraw
It is also possible to use pydraw by placing the library file in the same directory as your project:
Release 1.4 - The Scene Update · pydraw/pydraw
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Using the library file for pyDraw will work normally for most of the time, but you may have to install Tkinter and/or Pillow if they are not installed!
Once you've got pyDraw installed, you're all set. You can test your installation like so:
from pydraw import *
screen = Screen(800, 600)
print('Hello, pyDraw!')
screen.stop()
Then run your file with Python, and you're all set:
python main.py
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