I just downloaded installer for pyodbc from google project. I have Python 3.5 istalled and pyodbc requires 3.3. Is there an easy work around?
P.S. I am installing it on PC without Internet access. This is for Windows.
Since you can't install this via the regular
pip channels, you can download a prebuilt binary for Python 3.5 from Chris Gohlke's site, where he has a bunch of libraries he creates builds for.
Download either depending on the version of Python 3.5 you have installed:
pyodbc‑3.0.10‑cp35‑none‑win32.whlif you have a 32-bit Python 3.5 install
pyodbc‑3.0.10‑cp35‑none‑win_amd64.whlif you have a 64-bit Python 3.5 install
Get that file over to the computer you want to install on, and then install via
pip on the command line:
pip install /path/to/whl/file
If you don't have
pip in your
PATH, it's usually located in:
Your install directory is probably
C:\Python35 unless you specified something different when you installed it.