Mycli is tested on macOS and Linux. It runs on Python 3.6+.
Works well with unicode input/output.
NOTE: Python 2.6 support was dropped in mycli 1.9.0. If you're running Python 2.6, you'll want to install mycli 1.8.1. NOTE: Support for Python versions 2.7 and 3.0 - 3.5 was dropped in mycli 1.21.0. If you're running these versions of Python, you'll want to install mycli 1.20.0
The recommended way to install mycli is using the pip package manager (installation instructions for pip).
You might need
$ pip3 install mycli
To install older versions, you may use e.g.
$ pip install mycli==1.20.0
Follow the instructions on this blogpost to install mycli on Windows: https://www.codewall.co.uk/installing-using-mycli-on-windows/
The easiest way install mycli on a Mac is to use Homebrew.
$ brew install mycli
While some distributions ship pre-packaged versions of mycli, these are not maintained by the mycli developers and can be out-of-date. Please consult your distribution documentation for installation instructions or use pip.