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Via homebrew and pip with Python3. On MacOSX (10.13.510.15.x): $ brew install python $ brew install graphicsmagick $ brew install boost-python3 $ pip install pgmagick. Homebrew (on macOS or Linux) for installing dependencies. Homebrew Cask is optional and used for installing Mac applications. Mas-cli is optional and used for installing Mac App Store applications. Whalebrew is optional and used for installing Whalebrew images.



  • At least one of:
    • PhantomJS - any version
    • CasperJS - use v1.1+ alongside PhantomJS 2.1+, or v1.0 alongside PhantomJS 1.9.*
    • SlimerJS - limited support, see below

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It's up to you to decide which browser engine you want to run it against. PhantomJS and SlimerJS are the browsers that capture the screenshots, CasperJS is a layer on top of these to aid in target selectors for capturing a particular component.

PhantomJS is built on top of Webkit and JavascriptCore (like Safari). SlimerJS is built on top of Gecko and SpiderMonkey (like Firefox).

PLEASE NOTE - Wraith doesn't support SlimerJS out of the box. To use it, you'll need to specify your own snap file, and implement your own support for `before_capture` hooks, etc. If you'd like to see Wraith provide dedicated support for SlimerJS, please +1 the open issue on GitHub.

Install on OSX

On Mac OS X, the best way to install dependencies is if you have Homebrew. It is the quickest way to install PhantomJS & ImageMagick.

Install on Windows

On Windows it's important to install ImageMagick from the Windows binary.
This will ensure that ImageMagick is listed first in your PATH. To check your path after installing, open a command line window and type:


This will return a list of executables in you PATH separated by semi-colons ;

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If ImageMagick is not in your PATH (but you have it installed), you will need to add it in. Follow these instructions to add in the path to where you have ImageMagick installed.

Warning: if your Windows machine uses Nvidia's Optimus drivers, PhantomJS will hang. The Optimus driver fails to automatically determine which video card should be used for the program. You will need to force the graphics driver to use one of your video cards.


Install on Ubuntu

On Ubuntu 12.04, you will need to apt-get the following packages:

...and then download the PhantomJS binary package from (or install with NPM).

Run with Docker

If you don't want to physically install Wraith, or if you want to run automated Wraith tests on CI, we strongly recommend you run Wraith inside Docker to guarantee consistency of available system fonts, etc.
Once Docker is installed, you should be able to run Wraith commands through your Docker image as follows:


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I was setting up a new Mac and ran into this problem again, where a default PHP installation with brew is missing a few important extensions. In this case, I wanted to get the imagick extension loaded.

This guide assumes you have Homebrew installed and you’ve installed PHP with brew install php.

Install Image Magick dependency

First, install imagemagick itself. This is needed to get the source files you’ll use later to compile the PHP extension with.

This will also install the needed pkg-install dependency.

Compile Imagick PHP extension with pecl

Next up, use pecl to get the PHP extension compiled.

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It will also auto-register itself in your php.ini and should now be available.

Note: if you run php-fpm, make sure you to restart your daemon to load the latest extension. Use brew services restart php.

Permission denied errors?

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You may get failed to open stream: Permission denied errors when trying to perform a pecl install. It shouldn’t happen, because Homebrew by default installs everything in local folders, but in case you do get that error you can prefix the commands with sudo like this.