Python is an interpreted programming language. The homepage of the Python project is http://python.org/. It is used to generate some source files. Python 2.5 or later (including Python 3) should work fine and Python 3.5 and 2.7 are recommended.
Python is either included or available as a package on most UNIX-like platforms.
Windows packages and source are available at http://python.org/download/.
The Cygwin Python package is not recommended since
a symbolic link, which causes confusion outside Cygwin.
You can also use Chocolatey to install Python:
PS:\> choco install Python3
PS:\> choco install Python2
Chocolatey installs Python into C:\tools\python3 or C:\tools\python2 by default. You can verify your Python version by running
$ python --version
on UNIX and Linux and
rem Official package C:> cd python35 C:Python35> python --version rem Chocolatey C:> cd \tools\python3 C:\tools\python3> python --version
on Windows. You should see something like
Your version string may vary of course.