Which python version do I use with "virtualenv"?
Diez B. Roggisch
deets at nospam.web.de
Thu May 7 17:18:52 CEST 2009
>> You are confusing virtualenv with a custom-build python. You can of
>> course use VE with a custom-build python, but then there isn't as much
>> use for it, as you then have a distinct python-instance already - unless
>> you are going to share it amongst projects, which then leads to the
>> question why you don't use VE *without* the custom-build python.
> Well, Turbogears works perfectly with python2.5, although there are
> people who use it with 2.6 as well.
> I have to keep 2.6 because my screen reader orca giave me some problem
> with 2.5.
> So I have no option but to keep a seperate python2.5 in some different
> directory and have ve use it.
> would just like to know how I can get ve to use that installation and
> not the one on my system by default.
By *using* it?
and you're done. If you e.g. download ez_setup.py & execute that through
your custom python, you'll end up with an easy_install
in /opt/my_python/bin, which you then can use to e.g. install VE.
More information about the Python-list