On 03/17/2011 09:33 PM, Barry Warsaw wrote:
On Mar 17, 2011, at 07:53 PM, Carl Meyer wrote:
- <executable-name> has the extension stripped on Windows, but not
It should probably also have the extension stripped on OS X too.
Hmm, really? What extension does the executable typically have on OS X that ought to be stripped? I don't use OS X or have access to it, so happy to defer to those who know better, but when I've worked on others' OS X machines I think the binary has usually been just "python". I figured OS X was in the same boat as Linux, that if you've named your symlink python.foo you probably did it intentionally to distinguish it from another binary/symlink, and that shouldn't be stripped.