[Tutor] 1.5.2 vs 2.0
Tue, 09 Jan 2001 18:06:12 -0600
What to watch for depends in part on where you keep your modules. If
you have been keeping them in the same directory as your Python 1.5.2
install, you might consider setting aside a folder just for such
scripts. Then make sure you have the path to that directory in your
autoexec file. That way, any time you upgrade, you shouldn't have to
worry about that problem.
You might want to uninstall 1.5.2 before installing 2.0 just to make
sure any other surprises don't find you, by the way.
I haven't noticed anything about 2.0 that should cause struggle. The
scripts you wrote for 1.5.2 should all run just fine, and 2.0 adds a few
niceties to boot.
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Project, btw? ;-)
"Timothy M. Brauch" wrote:
> I am running Python 1.5.2 right now. I have been thinking of changing
> to 2.0. I have it downloaded already. But, I have questions about the
> Will I still have all my modules, even the ones I've created or
> downloaded from elsewhere?
> Should I move these before I do the new install and then put them back
> afterwards, or will they be okay where they are?
> I am running Windows 98 with Python 1.5.2 right now, will I have to make
> any changes after installing 2.0 (such as to the autoexec file)?
> Is there much difference between 1.5.2 and 2.0, anything that I might
> notice or strugle with at first?
> - Tim
> Tutor maillist - Tutor@python.org
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