On 15 March 2016 at 04:47, Nick Coghlan firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
- accessing Python 3 on *nix systems (without a tool like vex, pyenv or conda)
On the *nix side of things, the long term objective is to get "python" to a point of being usable for the latter case, but there's still a lot of other things to be done before that's a realistic option (e.g. migrating system packages over to using their own dedicated binary or symlink, so "python" can be switched to point to something else without affecting system services).
Ah, OK. I hadn't realised that was a goal for Unix. That's good to know. Paul