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There are currently two ways to install PROS 3 on macOS. The recommended method uses Homebrew, and the other method involves installing components manually.

Recommended Method (Homebrew)¶

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The recommended method of installing PROS 3 for macOS involves using Homebrew.

  1. If you do not already have Homebrew installed, install it by following the instructions on their site. This will take a while, and may prompt you to follow some additional instructions.
  2. Once you have Homebrew installed, run brewtaposx-cross/arm&&brewinstallarm-gcc-bin to register a repository with Homebrew that contains the toolchain used to build PROS projects, and then install the toolchain.
  3. Run brewtappurduesigbots/pros to register the PROS Homebrew repository with Homebrew.
  4. Run brewinstall--caskpros-editor to install the PROS Editor (the CLI will also be installed). This may also take a while.
  5. (Optional) If you are planning to use the Vision Sensor, you will likely need to also install the VEX Vision Utility to set up signatures. Run brewinstallvcs-vision to do this. Once installed, you’ll be able to run the program by looking for “vcs_vision” in Spotlight.
  6. That’s it! You can now start using PROS 3.


If you do not want to use the PROS Editor, and instead intend to use only the PROS CLI, substitute the command in step 4 with the following: brewinstallpros-cli.

Other Methods¶

If you don’t want to use Homebrew to install PROS 3, you can install all the components manually.

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Install the toolchain¶

  1. Download the latest version of the GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain for macOS from their site.
  2. Once you have downloaded the toolchain, double click the file to extract its contents.
  3. Copy the contents of the gcc-arm-none-eabi-X-20XX-qX-update folder (where the Xs are numbers specific to the version you downloaded) to another folder, for example /usr/local/lib/pros-toolchain.
  4. Now you will need to link the toolchain binaries to somewhere that the system will be able to find them. There are two ways to do this:
    1. (recommended, easy to update) run mkdir-p/usr/local/bin/pros-toolchain&&ln-s/usr/local/lib/pros-toolchain/bin/*/usr/local/bin/pros-toolchain (replacing /usr/local/lib/pros-toolchain with the path to the folder you made in step 4 above). Finally, add /usr/local/bin/pros-toolchain to the end of your /etc/paths file.
    2. (easier, less easy to update) simply run ln-s/usr/local/lib/pros-toolchain/bin/*/usr/local/bin.

Install the CLI¶

  1. Install Python 3.6 or higher from the Python website.
  2. Install the CLI by downloading the latest version of the Python Wheel file (.whl) from here. Once downloaded, run python3-mpipinstall~/Downloads/pros-cli-v5_3.X.X-py3-none-any.whl (replacing that path with the path to which you downloaded the file).

Install the Editor¶


this section is optional if you intend to use an editor other than the PROS Editor

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  1. Build and install cquery by following the instructions on their wiki page.
  2. Download the file from our releases page. Once downloaded, double click to extract the application, then drag the file to your /Applications folder.


Minimum macOS version: 10.8Minimum Python version: 3.6

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Known Issues¶


If you are using the PROS Editor, open up your init script (File > Init Script) and add the following two lines:

If you are just using the CLI at the Terminal:

  1. Open up your Terminal.
  2. Run cd to make sure you’re in your home directory.
  3. Run touch.bash_profile to make sure you have a shell login configuration file.
  4. Edit the ~/.bash_profile file in your preferred editor (you can also run open-e.bash_profile to edit it in TextEdit), adding the following two lines at the end:
  1. Run ..bash_profile to reload the file for the current session.



This issue should be fixed for PROS CLI versions > 3.1.2

  1. Check your PROS CLI version by running pros--version. If your version is <= 3.1.2, try updating first to check if that solves your problem. If not, continue with step 2.
  2. Follow steps 1-4 listed above for those using the CLI only. In step 4, however, add the following line instead (replacing the Xs with the numbers found in step 1):