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Thread: OT: install Python on windows box / version win 7 and get pip to work

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    Default OT: install Python on windows box / version win 7 and get pip to work

    dear OpenSuse Community,


    i am running OpenSuse for a decade - and i am very very happy with this. I love Opensuse .


    Some days ago i wanted to install Python on my computers -

    a. on a Lieap 42.3 - i am very very glad to see this helpful thread https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...65#post2854465

    b. i need to install python on a windows-box too - since at work - i do not have any linux. Unfortunatley!

    so at the office i am on Windows 7

    i have installed python 3.6.4


    but the first setup was __without__ the correct environment variables

    so i choosed the modify_setup

    in the advanced options

    +associate files with python (requies the py launcher)
    +create shortcuts for installed apps
    +add python to environment variables
    precompile standard libraries
    download debugging sympols
    download debug binaries
    well


    want to stall the development version of overpy

    Install git and run the following commands on the command-line.

    Code:
    $ git clone https://github.com/DinoTools/python-overpy.git
    $ cd python-overpy
    $ python setup.py install

    But in the Windows CMD this does not work at all - nothing.
    And untlll now i was not able to work with pip -

    why is this so!?


    what can /& what should i do?
    dilbert ;-)
    Wordpress-development - a Toolset: wpgear.org

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    Default Re: OT: install Python on windows box / version win 7 and get pip to work

    IMHO you would be better of in a python related windu forum.
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