# Installs `term` on `/usr/local/bin` (https://github.com/bpkg/term)
$ bpkg install term -g
Besides installing shell scripts globally you can use them on a per-project basis.
# Installs `term` under the `deps/` directory
$ bpkg install term
You can install bpkg from 3 methods:
1. Install Script
Our custom install script will take care of everything for you.
Just paste the following on your shell:
$ curl -sLo- http://get.bpkg.io | bash
If you want to see what’s inside it, access it directly or check it out on the repository.
clibs is a great package manager for the C language. If you have it, installing bpkg is as simple as:
$ clib install bpkg/bpkg
3. Source Code
If you prefer to handle source code, clone bpkg’s repository and install it on the following way:
$ git clone https://github.com/bpkg/bpkg.git
$ cd bpkg
$ make install