This document will explain how to get started with writing Pluto in no time.
Write Pluto Online
The easiest way to get started writing Pluto is to use Write Pluto Online, which runs Pluto code directly in your browser using WASM.
You can find pre-built binaries of Pluto for Windows, Linux, & Mac OS over on Pluto's Github Releases page.
You can easily install pluto & plutoc via Chocolatey as follows:
choco source add -n "Calamity, Inc." -s https://choco.calamity.gg/index.json
choco install plutolang
Note that Chocolatey 2.0.0 or above is needed.
Compile Pluto Yourself
Pluto can compile on virtually any platform, as long as there's a C++ 17 compiler for it, which includes, but is not limited to:
To compile Pluto yourself, you first need to clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/PlutoLang/Pluto.git
And then it's as simple as running the make command:
The platform list can be found here.
After you compile Pluto, all the binaries will be within the
Note for Windows
make command isn't installed by default, so you should install MSYS.
On Windows, you can install Visual Studio 2022 and simply use the vendored Visual Studio files from the Pluto repository.