Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Thu Mar 27 00:43:56 CET 2003
Peter Hansen wrote:
> Processes generally can't affect the environment
> of their parent process in this manner. The environment
> is a property of the shell, and you have to use the shell
> to change it. I believe one widely used technique for doing
> this is to run the Python script from within a shell script
> which will subsequently call out to another shell script
> named, say, "modifyEnv.sh". Then the Python script can
> just write the desired changes out to the modifyEnv.sh and
> those changes will take effect when the Python script
> terminates and the other script is run...
Or you can have your Python script generate shell commands, and then
source the output.
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