sgr ships as a self-contained binary that works on Linux, Mac and Windows
without any prerequisites.
You can also install
sgr as a Python library (we support Python 3.7 and
sgr binary from
the releases page,
available for the three major platforms.
sgr is on Homebrew and can be installed via
$ brew install sgr
You can also install the
sgr library from pip. This is useful if you want to
use the Splitgraph Python API to manipulate images
from your code:
$ pip install splitgraph
If you wish to contribute to
sgr itself or get the bleeding-edge version, you
can follow the
on our GitHub.
If you're running
sgr in a MINGW terminal (for example, Git Bash), you have to
prefix its invocations with
to avoid output errors and make sure password inputs work properly.
The simplest way to do this is by adding
alias sgr='winpty sgr' to your
sgr configuration file is usually stored in the user's home directory
For more information on configuring
sgr, see the