[Idle-dev] Making idle choose different python versions
cben at users.sf.net
Tue Nov 9 09:26:32 CET 2010
Basically, idle uses the python executable that idle itself was running
with. So try running
/Python26/cooper/bin/python -m idlelib.idle
Also, you might want to install coour without isolation from the test of
your python installation - according to the site,
should do it.
sent from a glowing rectangle
On Nov 9, 2010 9:43 AM, "Ranjan" <ranjand2005 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, I would request help in the following problem.
> I have installed Python 2.6.5 and then I installed Coopr
> for optimization related purpose. Now coopr when installed has
> a python.exe file of its own in Python26\coopr\bin directory which it uses
> access the modules in coopr. Coopr modules "cannot" be accessed using the
> python.exe present in \Python26 directory.
> Now my question is how do I make idle choose the python present
> in the directory Python26/coopr/bin. Idle by default chooses the python in
> /Python26 directory.
> Things I tried:
> 1. I tried changing the "start in" directory of idle
> (by right clicking and going to properties). It did not help
> 2. Added PYTHONPATH in environment variables (of the system)
> and set PYTHONPATH = C:\Python26\coopr\bin. This also
> does not work.
> Any help/pointers is appreciated.
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