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python-wopeditor is available from PyPI ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ

Make sure you have Python 3 and pip installed and then simply run

pip install wopeditor

To upgrade to latest version:

pip install --upgrade wopeditor

Once installed, run using

python -m wopeditor

Windows Installer

On Windows you can alternatively use installer which is provided with each release.

Choose a release, select Assets, download wopeditor-*_installer.exe file and run it.

You might get false positives from security software because wopeditor doesn't have any kind of commercial certification.

Install using pip (as described above) instead if you don't want to run the .exe.

Running from Source

You should be able to run wopeditor from source on many different systems supported by Kivy framework including Linux and Windows.

Getting Sources

You can get latest sources using git:

git clone
cd wopeditor

Or you can download release archive and unpack it somewhere.


Python 3

wopeditor is written Python 3.9, lower versions might or might not work (3.7+ is worth a try).

On windows get Python 3 installer which includes pip.

On linux distros, it's usually available as python3 package. Make sure to install pip as well.

Debian and clones using .deb (Ubuntu, Mint, ...):

sudo apt install python3 python3-pip

Fedora, CentOS, SUSE and other .rpm distros:

sudo dnf install python3 python3-pip

Required Python Modules

Required modules are listed in requirements.txt file and are all available from PyPI to be installed using pip.

They should be automatically installed during wopeditor installation, no need to install them manually.

A short summary of used python modules:

  • Kivy: UI framework - you need version 2.0.0 or newer

  • Trio: python async module

Install wopeditor Module

Run following in top level of wopeditor source dir:

pip install .

If you want to modify wopeditor, use --editable mode:

pip install -e .

or directly:

python develop

Starting wopeditor

After you've installed wopeditor module, you can run it from anywhere:

python -m wopeditor

Furthermore, a wopeditor script is installed somewhere by pip. If it happens to be in your $PATH, you can use it instead:


Tested Operating Systems

python-wopeditor has been tested to work on following systems:

  • Windows 10
  • Arch Linux