|Python with the Pygmentize extension is required for rendering the MediaWiki extension SyntaxHighlight, which is part of BlueSpice. If you do not need the functionality, the installation of Python is not relevant for the installation and operation of BlueSpice.|
Download[edit | edit source]
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Download Python directly at python.org.
|In the following, Python in version 3.10.2 is used and only serves as an example for the most current version that you can download at the time of your installation.|
Installation[edit | edit source]
Open the file that you have just downloaded.
Select both checkboxes (1).
Click "Customize installation" (2):
Click "Next" in the Optional Features window.
Make sure to install Python for all users (1) . Choose an appropriate path, if possible without spaces and special characters (2)
Click "Install" to start the installation (3).
|This documentation assumes the folder structure recommended by us. For this reason, Python is unpacked at this point in the folder C:\bluespice\bin\python-3.10.2. If you have individual wishes, adjust these paths according to your own understanding.|
Deactivate the limitation of the path length to 260 characters after the installation:
Click "Close" to finish the installation.
Installing Pygmentize[edit | edit source]
Open the PowerShell (the command prompt in older Windows versions). To do this, right-click "Start" (1) and select "Command Prompt (Administrator)" (2):
Geben Sie den Befehl "pip install pygments" ein und warten Sie, bis der folgende Prozess
Completion[edit | edit source]
Your Windows server is now fully prepared for the actual installation of BlueSpice.