I am trying to run the Zephyr-blink using PIO and VSCode in Windows 10. Got the below error saying Python3.4 or higher is required.
Verbose mode can be enabled via `-v, --verbose` option CONFIGURATION: https://docs.platformio.org/page/boards/ststm32/nucleo_l073rz.html PLATFORM: ST STM32 5.7.0 #83ca86b > ST Nucleo L073RZ HARDWARE: STM32L073RZ 32MHz, 20KB RAM, 192KB Flash DEBUG: Current (stlink) On-board (stlink) External (blackmagic, jlink) PACKAGES: toolchain-gccarmnoneeabi 1.80201.190214 (8.2.1), framework-zephyr-hal-stm32 0.0.190619, tool-cmake 3.15.5, tool-dtc 1.4.7, tool-ninja 1.9.0, framework-zephyr 1.20000.191203 (2.0.0) Python 3.4 or greater required, but you have Python 2.7.14
Initially, when I checked the python version in the PIO terminal it was 2.7. Then tried to make Python 3.7 as the default python in the Windows system environment variables. After that in the PIO terminal, it gave me the new python version as below.
PS C:\Official_Scene\SW\platform-ststm32\examples\zephyr-blink> python --version Python 3.7.4
However, while compiling the code it shows the same error again. I was wondering why not PlatformIO consider the updated Python version during compilation.
Updated: Removed all the python versions from my laptop, still it gives me the below error:
“Python 3.4 or greater required, but you have Python 2.7.17”
Can anyone help please?