Installing Python Modules This document describes the Python Distribution Utilities (“Distutils”) from the end-user’s point-of-view, describing how to extend the capabilities of a standard Python installation by building and installing third-party Python modules and extensions. Introduction Although Python’s extensive standard library covers many programming needs, there often comes a time when you need to add some new functionality to your Python installation in the form of third-party modules. This might be necessary to support your own programming, or to support an application that you want to use and that happens to be written in Python. In the past, there has been little support for adding third-party modules to an existing Python installation.
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learning python » Blog Archive » Iterators, Iterables, and Generators! Oh, my! By: Mark Mruss Note: This article was first published the January 2008 issue of Python Magazine Iterators, iterables, and generators are features handled so wall by Python that people programming in other languages cannot help but drool over.