The 1.13 version of webcolors is officially tested and supported on the following versions of Python:
To install webcolors, run the following command from a command prompt/terminal:
python -m pip install webcolors
py -m pip install webcolors
This will use
pip, the standard Python package-installation tool. If you
are using a supported version of Python, your installation of Python should
have come with
pip bundled. If
pip does not appear to be present, you
can try running the following from a command prompt/terminal:
python -m ensurepip --upgrade
py -m ensurepip --upgrade
Instructions are also available for how to obtain and manually install or upgrade pip.
If you don’t already have a supported version of Django installed, using
pip to install webcolors will also install the latest supported version of
Installing from a source checkout#
If you want to work on webcolors, you can obtain a source checkout.
The development repository for webcolors is at <https://github.com/ubernostrum/webcolors>. If you have git installed, you can obtain a copy of the repository by typing:
git clone https://github.com/ubernostrum/webcolors.git
From there, you can use git commands to check out the specific revision you want, and perform an “editable” install (allowing you to change code as you work on it) by typing:
python -m pip install -e .
py -m pip install -e .