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Installation Guidelines: Windows - Developer (Manual)

If you are a Developer running Windows and wishing to install Python & all dependent libraries manually then this is the right page for you.

Install Python

2.7 is currently recommended. (2.6 works for all core functionality, but doesn't allow you to use the S3Report pivot table functions)

NB 32-bit Python should be used even on 64-bit Windows:

Install Python Libraries

Windows users should generally use Windows Installers, where available

Note: These libraries are checked here:

Mandatory

Optional

  • PyTZ for Timezone awareness (unused currently)
  • PyWURFL for Browser Capabilities (unused currently)

Install git

We use the git Distributed Version Control System, and host our code on GitHub.

Several downloads are available here, pick the latest one available and install it.

The easiest way to get code you develop into the main Eden repository is to "fork" the Eden code on GitHub into your own GitHub repository. For that, you'll need to create a GitHub account.

After that you can setup your git by configuring your Github account infor and (optionally) setting up your SSH keys (you can use a password instead of keys). A pretty good tutorial is available at the GitHub-Manual.

Next

Install Web2Py & Sahana:

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