To install or upgrade to the latest version:

pip install -U say

To easy_install under a specific Python version (3.3 in this example):

python3.3 -m easy_install --upgrade say

(You may need to prefix these with sudo to authorize installation. In environments without super-user privileges, you may want to use pip’s --user option, to install only for a single user, rather than system-wide.)


If you wish to run the module tests locally, you’ll need to install pytest and tox. For full testing, you will also need pytest-cov and coverage. Then run one of these commands:

tox                # normal run - speed optimized
tox -e py27        # run for a specific version only (e.g. py27, py34)
tox -c toxcov.ini  # run full coverage tests

The provided tox.ini and toxcov.ini config files do not define a preferred package index / repository. If you want to use them with a specific (presumably local) index, the -i option will come in very handy:

tox -i INDEX_URL