Swarnalatha Kannan schrieb am 19.09.2017 um 10:20:
I could see only .whl file in this location for python 2.7. I am interested in windows 64 bit .exe for the same.
.whl (or "wheel") is the standard Python packaging format, especially for binary packages. Amongst other features, it uses semantic naming and avoids executing code during the installation. That is a major security advantage, given that the installation usually happens with higher privileges than the later execution.
You probably have other packages that your deployment depends on, in which case I recommend changing them all into wheels. This can quickly be done with the "wheel" tool by executing
wheel convert installer1.exe installer2.exe ...
After that, you can install all your wheels in one go using pip, whether you have them locally or want to retrieve them from PyPI:
pip install package1.whl package2.whl a_package_from_pypi ...
But instead, you would normally store your dependencies in a requirements.txt file under version control as described here
and then just say
pip install -r requirements.txt
See "pip install --help" for options on specifying additional download directories etc.
That's it, simple enough. Hope it helps.