Python in DOS / PYTHONHOME
ivnowa at hvision.nl
Mon Nov 22 16:23:07 EST 1999
On 22 Nov 99, Curtis, Craig M. wrote:
> Commenting out those dreaded printfs certainly does work :-)
> I guess I do not understand what PYTHONHOME should be set to. I tried
> setting it to the python-1.5.2 root and also to the lib under it, but
> neither of these work.
I don't understand PYTHONHOME either. ;-) That is, I never tried to
Running 'python -?' yields:
PYTHONHOME : alternate <prefix> directory (or
<prefix>;<exec_prefix>). The default module search path uses
Maybe this makes more sense in a Unix environment? I can imagine Unix
directories called usr/lib/python1.5 or something, but in DOS, this
is quite uncommon.
Does anyone use this under DOS?
--Hans Nowak (zephyrfalcon at hvision.nl)
You call me a masterless man. You are wrong. I am my own master.
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