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Compatibility and Download

Python is required to use Titanium from the command line or compile the SDK from source using SCons. Python is not required to use the Titanium SDK from inside Studio.

Titanium supports the following versions of Python for each respective Operating System:

Operating System

Package Version

Package Architecture Version

Download Location

OS X

2.x.x (currently, 2.7.x)

32bit and 64bit

Installed on OS by default

Windows

2.x.x (currently, 2.7.x)

32bit only

Official Python Website

Ubuntu

2.x.x (currently, 2.7.x)

32bit and 64bit

Default Repositories

Download the installer from the applicable download location above.

Installation

OS X

Note that the typical filesystem location of this software can be found in the OS X Software Locations section of these guides.

OS X ships with Python installed by default.

Windows

Note that the typical filesystem location of this software can be found in the Windows Software Locations section of these guides.

See the Software Locations and Environment Variables guide if you need help with setting your system PATH or other system variables.

  • Log in using your usual user account, right-click the Python Windows Installer and select Run as administrator. Enter the Administrator password, if you are prompted for it, and proceed until the first screenshot below.
  • Select "Install for all users" and proceed with the installation.

  • As shown below, the default destination directory is not ideal. Change it to the one for Python listed in Windows Software Locations above.

  • When the destination directory is correct, proceed with the following step.

  • Ensure that all packages are selected for install and that your system has enough free disk space to accommodate them.

  • Proceed with the installation until complete

Ubuntu

Note that the typical filesystem location of this software can be found in the Ubuntu Software Locations section of these guides.

See the Software Locations and Environment Variables guide if you need help with setting your system PATH or other system variables.

Python may be installed using the Applications > Ubuntu Software Center tool.

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