passing an option to the python interpreter
jabba.laci at gmail.com
Sat Feb 15 23:32:53 CET 2014
The first line in my scripts looks like this:
I would like to use unbuffered output in a script, which can be done
with the -u option, thus I tried this:
#!/usr/bin/env python -u
But if I want to run it from the command line ($ ./unbuffered.py), I
get this error:
/usr/bin/env: python -u: No such file or directory
env is looking for "python -u" but such a command doesn't exist.
How to overcome this problem? I could write
but I prefer to call python through env. For instance if I put this
last one in a virtualenv, that would call the system-wide interpreter
not the one in the virtualenv.
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