Install Python3 Mac Os X

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This post explains how to install Python 3 in a Mac OS X, both Mavericks and Yosemite. Check this post if you want to clean install Python 2.7. You can also install both! 🙂

It also shows how to use virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper with Python 3. Don’t miss it!

Like with Python 2.7, we need to install first Xcode and Homebrew.

Install Xcode and Homebrew

First of all, install Xcode if you don’t have it already. You can find it in the Apple Store.

Next, we need to install the Command Line Tools of Xcode. Open a Terminal and type:

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this should trigger a pop-up window that will ask you to install the Command Line Tools. If you have some trouble installing these tools, you might find useful this post on Stackoverflow.

Next, we need to install Homebrew. In the Terminal, type this command line:

$pip install virtualenvwrapper
Next, create a folder that will contain all your virtual environments:
Open your .bashrc file and add: