[Pythonmac-SIG] MacPython 2.3.5: some basic questions
sw at wordtech-software.com
Sun Feb 20 05:56:32 CET 2005
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OK, I installed MacPython 2.3.5. Everything seems OK, but I'm not clear
on a few things:
1. I moved my old MacPython-2.3 folder (the Panther MacPython
extensions) to MacPython-2.3-bak. Any reason to save any of this stuff?
2. Is 2.3.5 a drop-in replacement for the Apple bits, or does it install
3. Any issues with PATH that I need to be aware of? "which python"
points to /usr/bin/python, and running command-line Python brings up the
Apple-installed version. Do I need to add the new Python to my path? If
so, where is it?
4. wxPython applications run fine--but which Python are they running
5. If I need to uninstall 2.3.5, is it easy, or do I need to reinstall
6. A lot of the apps I package were done so using the older PythonIDE's
"build applet" function. I require users to install the MacPython
extensions for Panther as a dependency. Will anything I bundle using the
newer stuff require the entire installation of Python 2.3.5 as a
dependency, or should things be OK?
Kevin Walzer, PhD
WordTech Software--Open Source Applications and Packages for OS X
mailto:sw at wordtech-software.com
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