Installing Python on Mac OS X The latest version of Mac OS X, El Capitan, comes with Python 2.7 out of the box. You do not need to install or configure anything else to use Python. Having said that, I would strongly recommend that you install the tools and libraries described in the next section before you start building Python applications for real-world use.
You asked ... so here it is A while ago, I brought you a crazy special on SlideDeck 2 for WordPress. You all loved it, but ... you begged for the Developer’s license, not just the Personal license. Well, I won’t lie, it took me a couple months of hard work and constantly bothering the guys over at SlideDeck, but I’m extremely happy to say, I got what you guys wanted so bad :-) SlideDeck 2 is a killer WordPress plug-in that’ll put a stunning content slider on your WordPress site without having to code anything. Installing / Updating Python on OS X While Python comes pre-installed on OS X, Apple doesn’t do a good job on keeping the Python runtime environment up to date. Currently, on Mac OS X 10.7.4 “Lion”, entering python -V returns Python 2.7.1. Even worse, Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard” is still on a Python 2.6 release. While the latest Python releases are always available on updating a Mac isn’t a simple, straight forward process. Follow along and update your Mac to Python 2.7.3, or 3.3.0 or whatever the newest 2.x and 3.x release might be, when you read this. To update your Mac to something like Python 2.7.3, I assume that
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