Just Getting Started with Python on MS XP Pro
wolf_tracks at invalid.com
Sun Jan 7 17:22:07 CET 2007
Jussi Salmela wrote:
> W. Watson kirjoitti:
>> Thomas Ploch wrote:
>>> I think this is the place to go
>> That gets me the python program (pywin), which I got from a URL in a
>> post above (python-win.msi). I guess these are the same or at least
>> just the interpreter, and do not provide the IDE-debugger. I can't get
>> pythonwin, the debugger and IDE. The link was broken last night when I
>> tried it. Well, let me try now. Nope, it still reports "Error 404:
>> File Not Found"
> I don't understand your difficulties. If you've got Python installed and
> want to install the "Python for Windows extensions" aka pywin32, the
> above link is the way to go.
> Clicking it gets you to a Sourceforge page, where you can click
> "download" which gets you to ap page where you can choose which version
> of pywin32 build 210 you want. Choose the exe that was built for the
> Python version (e.g. 2.5) you are using, download and run it to install
As I understand it, there are two files I'm after: 1. python interpreter,
and 2. a python editor. It's #2 that I'm having trouble downloading. The
link is broken.
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