[Tutor] distribution

Luke Paireepinart rabidpoobear at gmail.com
Tue Oct 17 19:51:44 CEST 2006

Joel Levine wrote:
> I am writing code that people I work with want to pick up "instantly" 
> for their own machines. BUT they may be using different platforms and 
> different installations on those platforms.
> I'm writing on a Mac, using Python 2.4, numpy, and Tkinter. They are 
> using Macs and PC's, who-knows-what vintage Python, with or without 
> numpy, numeric, and Tkinter.
> Any suggestions for keeping my sanity? Is there something in 
> particular I should be reading?
Use the os module a lot, and harrass them until they install numpy(or 
don't use it.)
Feel free to use TKInter, it's part of the python distribution (Unless 
they have pre-1.5 or something, in which case they should upgrade anyway !)

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