Where to find the win32api module for Python? [closed]

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Where to find the win32api module for Python? [closed]

I need to download it for Python 2.7, but can’t seem to find it…

Answer #1:

‘pywin32’ is its canonical name.


Answered By: dash-tom-bang

Answer #2:

There is a a new option as well: get it via pip! There is a package pypiwin32 with wheels available, so you can just install with: pip install pypiwin32!

Edit: Per comment from @movermeyer, the main project now publishes wheels at pywin32, and so can be installed with pip install pywin32

Answer #3:

I’ve found that UC Irvine has a great collection of python modules, pywin32 (win32api) being one of many listed there. I’m not sure how they do with keeping up with the latest versions of these modules but it hasn’t let me down yet.

UC Irvine Python Extension Repository – http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs

pywin32 module – http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/#pywin32

Answered By: Austin A

Answer #4:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/pywin32/files/ – 3rd .exe down

Answered By: Jeremy Brown

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