Build Python on Windows

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I've got the development version of python from git. Now how do I start building it on Windows?
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Fork the CPython repository to your GitHub account and get the source code using:

git clone https://github.com/<your_username>/cpython
cd cpython

To build python on Windows, use:

PCbuild\build.bat -e -d
answered Jun 6 by Fez

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