Installing Python Modules (Legacy version) — Python 2. This document describes the Python Distribution Utilities (“Distutils”) from the.
All Python releases are Open Source. Historically, most, but not all, Python releases have also been GPL-compatible. Looking for 3rd party Python modules? No installed Python found. Only built-in modules are available. When you install Blender, you must tell the Python module where you put the scripts.
Python installation by building and installing third- party Python. Introduction¶Although Python’s extensive standard library covers many programming needs. Python installation in the form of third- party modules.
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This might be necessary. Python. In the past, there has been little support for adding third- party modules to an. Python installation. With the introduction of the Python Distribution. Utilities (Distutils for short) in Python 2. This document is aimed primarily at the people who need to install third- party.
To install modules to the TempPython directory on the current drive. The installation base is defined by the --prefix option.
Python modules: end- users and system administrators who just need to get some. Python application running, and existing Python programmers who want to add some.
You don’t need to know Python to read this. Python’s interactive mode. If you’re looking for information.
Python modules so that others may use them, see. Distributing Python Modules (Legacy version) manual. Debugging the setup script may also be of. Best case: trivial installation¶In the best case, someone will have prepared a special version of the module.
For example. the module developer might make an executable installer available for Windows. RPM package for users of RPM- based Linux systems (Red Hat, Su. SE. Mandrake, and many others), a Debian package for users of Debian- based Linux. In that case, you would download the installer appropriate to your platform and.
RPM, etc. You don’t need to run Python or a setup. Of course, things will not always be that easy. You might be interested in a. In that case, you’ll have to start with the source distribution. Installing from a source. The bulk of this document is about building and installing. The new standard: Distutils¶If you download a module source distribution, you can tell pretty quickly if it.
Distutils. First, the distribution’s name and version number will be featured prominently. Next, the archive will unpack into a similarly- named.
Additionally, the. README. txt or possibly just README, which should explain that. For Windows, this command should be run from a command prompt window.
If all these things are true, then you already know how to build and install the. Run the command above. Unless you need to.
Or rather, the above command is everything you need to. Standard Build and Install¶As described in section The new standard: Distutils, building and installing a module.
Distutils is usually one simple command to run from a. Platform variations¶You should always run the setup command from the distribution root directory. For example, if you’ve just downloaded a module source distribution.
Unix system, the normal thing to do is: gunzip - c foo- 1. On Windows, you’d probably download foo- 1. If you downloaded the. C: Temp, then it would unpack into.
C: Tempfoo- 1. 0; you can use either an archive manipulator with a. Win. Zip) or a command- line tool (such as. Then, open a. command prompt window and run: cd c: Tempfoo- 1.
Splitting the job up¶Running setup. If you. prefer to work incrementally—especially useful if you want to customize the. This is particularly helpful when the build and install. For example, you can build everything in one step, and then install everything. If you do this, you will notice that running the install command.
You may not need this ability to break things down often if all you do is. If you get into distributing your own Python modules and extensions.
Distutils commands on their own. How building works¶As implied above, the build command is responsible for putting the. By default, this is build. For example: python setup. Or you could do this permanently with a directive in your system or personal. Distutils configuration file; see section Distutils Configuration Files.) Normally, this. The default layout for the build tree is as follows: -- - build/ - -- lib/.
OS/hardware. platform and Python version. The first form, with just a lib directory.