Since standard Python binaries do not work with Maya 2013 and newer on Windows (because it uses VS2010 and up compiler, whereas standard Python 2.6 and 2.7 use VS2008 compiler), some community members have done the work to compile needed binaries.
I didn’t do any of this work myself, I am just hosting it here. I also haven’t tested these, as at the time of this writing I don’t have a Windows machine available.
Information about compiler versions can be found at around-the-corner.typepad.com. The gist is:
- Maya 2012 and earlier use whatever compiler Python uses.
- Maya 2013 and 2014 use Python 2.6 compiled with VS2010. The same binaries should be compatible in Maya 2013 and 2014.
- Maya 2015 uses Python 2.7 compiled with VS2012 Update 4.
- Not sure about Maya 2016, will update when I know!
All available binaries on this page are in https://www.robg3d.com/maya_win_bin. They are organized alphabetically below by Maya version.
If you have something to contribute (x86 versions?), feel free to send me an email, email@example.com.
Maya 2013/2014 (VS2010)
gevent-maya2014x64.zip: .py and .pyd files. Put into site-packages. From ex-colleagues.
greenlet-maya2014x64.zip: .py and .pyd files. Put into site-packages. From ex-colleagues.
p4python-maya2014x64.zip: .py and .pyd files. Put into site-packages. From ex-colleagues.
pil-maya2014x64.zip: .py and .pyd files. Put into site-packages. From ex-colleagues.
PySide-1.1.3-py2.6-amd64-install.zip: You should be able to run this installer, though using the site-packages version instead of the install version would probably be easier. Compiled by Verious.
PySide-1.1.3-py2.6-amd64-site-packages.zip: Is a zipped up PySide folder. Just unzip into a site-packages folder or any folder on your sys.path. Compiled by Verious.
zmq-maya2014x64.zip: .py and .pyd files. Put into site-packages. From ex-colleagues.