[Stackless] co-installing Stackless with 'normal' Python

eholbrook at austin.rr.com eholbrook at austin.rr.com
Thu Feb 15 20:47:57 CET 2007

I'd like to install Stackless alongside normal Python, with the
Stackless executable named differently, say, 'stackless', rather than
'python'. For example, when you build gcc cross-compilers under x86,
your regular gcc is just 'gcc', your new xcompiler gcc's are named
'gcc-arm', 'gcc-mips', etc. I guess there must be some renaming of
libs as well.

I don't see any options for doing this in the configure script, but i
figure that there must be a standard way of doing this. Of course, i
could work around this by installing in 2 separate places, then fiddle
about with the paths. Would _really_ rather avoid that though, as my
client's environment is already far too complicated and fragile.

thanks in advance,

  Eric Holbrook : eholbrook at austin.rr.com

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