The magic installation is the easiest way to install Emojicode. Just select your operating system and the version you wish to install below (we’ve already tried to preselected them for you) and copy’n’paste the below commands into your shell. The script will download the appropriate Emojicode SDK and run the installer.
The installer will tell you what it is about to do and will prompt you for confirmation. By default, the installer will try to install Emojicode into /usr/local/bin and /usr/local/EmojicodePackages. If your user doesn’t have write access to these directories the installer will offer you to use sudo (from 0.3.1 on).
If you're on Windows 10, you can use Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10 to install and use Emojicode. From there, simply select
Linux as your OS and proceed as specified above.
Download the SDK for your system and extract the tar file. For instance:
tar -xzf Emojicode-VERSION-YOUR-PLATFORM.tar.gz
install.shscript in the extracted directory:
cd Emojicode-VERSION-YOUR-PLATFORM ./install.sh
You can find more information about the installer above.
Probably your system is not yet ready to display emojis. While Mac OS X is, you will likely have to install the
sudo apt-get install ttf-ancient-fonts
Instruction to build Emojicode from source can be found in the GitHub repository.