On 20/05/2014 10:19, wxjmfa...@gmail.com wrote:
> Le lundi 19 mai 2014 21:18:54 UTC+2, Tim Golden a écrit :
>> On 19/05/2014 20:07, wxjmfa...@gmail.com wrote:
>>>>> Yesterday, I spent one hour attemepting to install IPython
>>>>> for Py3.3 (win 7), I failed. I do not even succeed to
>>>>> understand how. Pip, setuptools, whl or manualy with from
>>>>> the
>>>>> zip... completely lost. There is always something not
>>>>> working.

>>>>> This morning I installed Py 3.4.1. I do not even
>>>>> succeed to put it to work.
>> I realise that this probably isn't very helpful, but I've just
>> successfully installed ipython on Python 3.3 and Python 3.4 (Win7
>> 32-bit) by simply doing:
>> py -3.3 -mpip install ipython
>> py -3.4 -mpip install ipython
> Sorry, but I'm even not able to understand how to install pip! Py3.3,
> why? because I already all the Qt derivative.
> I found the pip manual, I do not get it! To install pip: To install
> or upgrade pip, securely download get-pip.py. Where? What should I do
> with it?

Ah, I understand. I thought you already had pip and just had
difficulties beyond that. Frankly, yes, bootstrapping pip on Windows can
be a bit frustrating. That's why 3.4 comes with a version pre-installed.
But you say you want to stay with 3.3.

If it's possible, download get-pip.py from here:


(linked from here: http://pip.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installing.html)

using wget, curl, File Save As, python requests, urllib.urlretrieve or
whatever other method you choose.

And then run the get-pip.py program with the version of Python for which
you wish to install pip. eg,

c:\python33\python.exe get-pip.py

That will download the current versions of everything needed and will
put various flavours of pip.exe into c:\python33\scripts. As I mentioned
before, I've tended not to have the scripts directory on my path, and
you can instead do:

py -3.3 -mpip install ....

I think some people have put together .msi/.exe installers for this but
I can't point to any one in particular.


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