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Python 2.7 for Windows 95

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Python doesn't support Win9x since version 2.6. I built Python 2.6.8 and Python 2.7.3 with Visual C++ 6.0, and fixed the unneeded dependencies, to create a build compatible with Windows NT 3.51/4.0, Windows 95/98/Me.

It's a pretty complete python system, with Tkinter, sqlite3, bsddb, sockets, ssl, etc.

TCL/Tk is compiled twice. I used TCL/Tk 8.3 for Windows NT 3.51 and TCL/Tk 8.4 for Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 9x.

You may mirror these files everywhere.

URL1 (fast public server):


URL2 (very slow personnal FTP, please, don't use unless URL1 is down):


Mega.co.nz link to a folder containing these files:



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Hi SuperKoko,

I am useing your python273-rc2.

And I want install pyodbc

But pyodbc need python27.lib in libs directory, and not in your python273-rc2.

Can you publish one build contain the libs directory?


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