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Installation packages error

I can not install any package of python and i get error.i tried pip install ...and python setup.py install but i get error too. I installed python version 3

10/16/2019 5:02:38 PM

Hilbert

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Change its environment

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whats the error ?

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PS G:\My soft\Automa\automa-0.1.21\automa-0.1.21> python setup.py install Traceback (most recent call last): File "setup.py", line 12, in <module> from automa.setup_info import version File "G:\My soft\Automa\automa-0.1.21\automa-0.1.21\automa\__init__.py", line 4, in <module> from automa.shell import sh, cd File "G:\My soft\Automa\automa-0.1.21\automa-0.1.21\automa\shell.py", line 66, in <module> from automa.tasks import TaskContext File "G:\My soft\Automa\automa-0.1.21\automa-0.1.21\automa\tasks.py", line 231 print heading ^ SyntaxError: Missing parentheses in call to 'print'. Did you mean print(heading)?

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Are you using IDLE or some other IDE? start here:-https://www.w3schools.com/python/python_pip.asp

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This is cmd error

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print heading ? looks like python2 tbh. since it ran on python3 error occur

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I have no python version 2

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the coding looks like it was made for python 2

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the reason you I asked about which IDE is because.. I use pychram... and it has it's own package install method..look here... https://www.jetbrains.com/help/pycharm/installing-uninstalling-and-upgrading-packages.html

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If i install in pycharm like above i can use it anywhere?

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Not sure.... I installed mysql using the command prompt, copied some sql code into IDLE and it worked fine, copied the same code to pycharm but.. didn't work (thats how I can across the information in my previous post), so i'm thinking pytharm must be installing packages into different directory. I'll try to install 'came-case' in to python and see if it will import in to IDLE.. i'll let you know. Edit: yes...installed camelcase in pycharm and it was available to use(import) in IDLE too.

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i see the problem here. its in task.py as i did alittle research https://pypi.org/project/task.py/#data task.py is writen in python 2.7, and as you said you're using python 3.