Guide originally made by orels1

Installation

  • Install brew
    In Finder or Spotlight, search for and open terminal In the that will open, paste this:

     /usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
    

    And press enter.

  • After the installation, install the required packages by pasting the commands and pressing enter, one-by-one:

    brew install python3 --with-brewed-openssl
    brew install git
    brew install ffmpeg --with-ffplay
    brew install opus

  • Enter the folder you want to install Red in through the Terminal: use the command cd (change directory) and ls (list files/dirs) to navigate to the folder. For example, if you want Red to be installed in Applications inside a folder named Discord Stuff, you could type cd "Applications/Discord Stuff" (notice, if you have a space in a folder name, surround the path with quotes) or you could type cd Applications then ls to make sure you’re in the right place, then cd "Discord Stuff" or you could type cd then drag the folder from finder into terminal before pressing enter

  • Paste this command into terminal and press enter:

        git clone -b develop --single-branch https://github.com/Twentysix26/Red-DiscordBot.git Red-DiscordBot
    

    Do not close the terminal afterwards. If this works, the content of the folder should be this:
    mainfolderosx

  • Run export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/Cellar/opus/1.1.2/lib/ in the terminal

  • Run cd Red-DiscordBot in the terminal

  • Then python3 launcher.py

  • This will open Red’s launcher. The launcher is an applications made to facilitate many common operations. Navigating the menus is simple: pick a number and press enter.

  • Install the requirements by reaching the correct submenu

updatescreen

  • You can now run Red from the launcher’s main menu

  • Complete the initial setup. During the setup, you will be asked to enter a token. Get one here. If you get stuck, follow the bot accounts guide.

  • To invite your bot, use the link given to you in the Terminal when Red has been started.

  • Consider consulting the Getting started page for a practical guide on familiarizing yourself with Red.

Updating Red

Pick the update option from the launcher or do

python3 -m pip install --upgrade -r requirements.txt
git pull

in Red’s main folder.