[Stackless] Replacing regular Python

Ronald Oussoren oussoren at cistron.nl
Tue Mar 16 17:42:06 CET 2004


On 16-mrt-04, at 17:22, Guyren G Howe wrote:

> Thanks for your help.
>
> But the python at /usr/local/bin doesn't appear to be stackless. The 
> only way I've been able to run stackless is to run python.exe from my 
> src directory.

Uhm, did you 'make install'?
>
> And why python.exe? This is isn't windoze.

Because there's a directory named 'Python' and at least some 
filesystems (MacOS and Windows spring to mind) are case sensitive. The 
executable will be named 'python' when you install it.

Ronald


>
> On Mar 15, 2004, at 13:42, Dinu Gherman wrote:
>
>> setenv PATH "${PATH}:/usr/local/bin"
>>
>> On Panther the default shell is bash and you need to edit a file
>> like ~/.bashrc or so, which doesn't use the same setenv command
>> syntax, but you better look this up somewhere in the bash man
>> pages...
>>
>> Hope that helps,
>>
>> Dinu
>>
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