On Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 1:39 PM, Terry Reedy email@example.com wrote:
Python 3.2 PyDoc Server (32 bit) is shorter. But since pydoc.py is has no 'bitness',
PyDoc Server (Python 3.2 - 32 bit) is more in line with below
- IDLE (Python 3.2 GUI - 32 bit)
I think of IDLE as an IDE, not a GUI, but IDLE IDE does not work too well. In any case, it also has no 'bitness'.
IDLE GUI (Python 3.2 - 32 bit)
The IDLE and Pydoc links implicitly launch an interpreter though - that interpreter definitely has a defined pointer size.