alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Fri Jan 11 15:08:06 CET 2008
"Tony Cappellini" <cappy2112 at gmail.com> wrote
>> The source also says, "Consider this example code rather than the
>> ultimate tool" so maybe you should just copy it and make a version
>> does what you want. See shutil.py in your Python lib directory.
> Yes, I did read that and was shocked. Is everything in python that
No, thats why thee is a comment on that bit! :-)
> The problem with that concept of "modifying the distribution as you
> go" is that those changes must be moved to every system where your
> program will run,
Correct, one big advantage of using classes.modules.
So you should create your code in a module and then it is
no different to the rest of your application.
> and whenever python is updated, you have to remember
> to save the changes before uninstalling the current version.
Its always wise to have your local code somewhere other
than in the system space IMHO. I habe Python in
and my projects/modules on
This also helps if you want to run multiple copies of Python
Just set the PYTHONPATH environment variable to point at
the projects directory.
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