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# Getting Started

Unless you want to completely configure the development environment yourself, it is highly recommended to use the `tulip-cli` tool to setup a standard Tulip environment for you. The command can be installed as usual using LuaRocks, and it is recommended to install it in your local tree. You can also install it in the system-wide tree if you prefer.
Unless you want to completely configure the development environment yourself, it is highly recommended to use the `tulip-cli` tool to setup a standard Tulip environment for you. The command can be installed as usual using LuaRocks, and it is recommended to install it in your local tree. You can also install it in the system-wide tree if you prefer, but this will probably require root privilege (e.g. using `sudo`).

```sh
luarocks install tulip-cli
luarocks install --local tulip-cli
```

You should also make sure you have all the tools required to initialize a standard Tulip environment: