SWIG is a program that helps wrap C/C++ code so it can be called from higher-level languages (Python, C#, etc).
Installing on Windows is easy:
Done. You can test by running SWIG from a command prompt:
This tutorial is simple but absolutely useful! Almost every answer I've seen on Stack Exchange and even on documentations talk about "setting the environment variable on your path" but don't actually explain what this means. It's probably a standard thing to know, but as someone who is new to a lot of this stuff, this post was VERY helpful in linking everything together in my mind. Thank you...