avoiding long paths to interpreter
pyth at devel.trillke.net
Sat Jan 11 01:51:51 CET 2003
Erik Max Francis wrote:
> holger krekel wrote:
> > the Shell script is free to look for the right python version (e.g.
> > python2.1 minimum, python2.2 preferred, python2.3 possible).
> Sure. It can also write home to Mom, but the shell script you posted
> didn't do any of that.
which i stated explicitly. It was just a conceptual (but tested)
idea of an invocation of python code without
a) relying on 'env' and
b) possibly providing more flexibility.
As i regulary forget all the neccessary shell syntax and idioms
i didn't bother to spell it out. But why shouldn't it be
possible to scan $PATH and select a python version of choice?
Do you have any reason to believe this cannot be done in
shell-land? That was the one part i omitted.
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