Python 2.7 MSI / pywin32 snapshots [was: Windows install to custom location ...]

Scott David Daniels Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org
Thu Mar 12 18:58:31 CET 2009

Tim Golden wrote:
> Scott David Daniels wrote:
>> Tim Golden wrote:
>>> ... Anyhow, at the end I have a working Python 2.7a0 running
>>> under Windows.
>> Do you mean 3.1a0?  As far as I know, 2.7a0 requires the use
>> of the time machine, as it is expected to be 3 months out.
>> If you do get an installer built, even having a semi-official copy
>> around for those of us not on the MS compiler upgrade train to
>> do a little alpha (and/or beta) testing as well.
> I've uploaded a couple of installers here:
> Currently, there's the Python Subversion trunk (py2.7) and the 
> corresponding pywin32, built from the latest CVS. I believe
> I've got everything in there, altho' the platform test was
> failing irreproducibly when I last looked.

Thanks so much for these.  Yes, they work (and I'm happily running
little experiments).

--Scott David Daniels
Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org

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