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
>>>>> zip... completely lost. There is always something not
>>>>> 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,
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.