From: Ben Finney <ben+<python@be...> - 2013-10-24 04:32:21
Evan Netzer <enetzer@...> writes:
> How can I get the docutils package? I didn't see a link to download it on
> your site.
The Docutils home page <URL:http://docutils.sourceforge.net/> has a big
section “Download” <URL:http://docutils.sourceforge.net/#download>.
The best way to get Docutils installed is to run a free-software
operating system that has a package manager, such as GNU+Linux (e.g.
I install Docutils by installing the package ‘python-docutils’ from the
operating system's official package repositories, or by installing some
other package which depends on Docutils.
If you're not running an operating system that has such popular software
available in its package manager, I'd recommend you switch to such an
operating system to make package installation easier.
\ “For every complex problem, there is a solution that is simple, |
`\ neat, and wrong.” —Henry L. Mencken |
From: Alan G Isaac <aisaac@am...> - 2013-10-24 11:27:12
On 10/24/2013 12:31 AM, Ben Finney wrote:
> If you're not running an operating system that has such popular software
> available in its package manager, I'd recommend you switch to such an
> operating system to make package installation easier.
Just to be clear, installation on other OSs is also simple.
Here is how to get it with Subversion:
(Includes directions for potential developers.)
Or get a tarball here:
Once you have the code in its own folder, it's just e.g. on Windows
C:\Python27\python.exe setup.py install