I'm a newbie and I'm still stumped...

Dwight GoldWinde Dwight at GoldWinde.com
Mon Aug 3 10:56:49 CEST 2015

On 8/3/15, 4:55 PM, "Dwight GoldWinde" <Dwight at GoldWinde.com> wrote:

>Okay, thank you, Dave, so I got the following info:
>type $(which python3)
>/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.4/bin/python3 is
>But I can¹t figure out what short of ³usr² statement (e.g. #!/usr/bin/env
>python3) I need to point it there. Whatever I tried, still gives me
>version 2.
>On 8/3/15, 4:27 PM, "Dave Farrance" <df at see.replyto.invalid> wrote:
>>Dwight GoldWinde <Dwight at GoldWinde.com> wrote:
>>>Here are the results I got below, showing the same error. The first line
>>>"2.7.6 (default, Sep 9 2014, 15:04:36)². Does that mean I am running the
>>>old Python? How could that be since I am SURE I downloaded 3.4.3 (it
>>>gives the folder name as ³Python 3.4² in the Applications folder on my
>>Yes, that's Python2.  I've never used MAC OS, but I understand that it
>>has the BASH shell, so you can use "which" try to figure out where
>>python is being found on the path:
>>$ echo $PATH
>>$ which python
>>Use the above to also check for the position of python2 and python3.
>>You can check for aliases and links with the "type" and "file" commands.
>>Do this for python, python2 and python3:
>>$ type $(which python)
>>$ file $(which python)

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