[Stackless] Installing python + stackless python on the same machine?
drozzy at gmail.com
Sun Jan 17 04:42:21 CET 2010
Of course the FAQ page makes me feel better about this... as it seems
I can just run stackless without worries:
How compatible is Stackless with normal Python?
Stackless should be 100% compatible for use of normal Python code. If
you have Stackless installed and you use Python code which does not
make any use of the Stackless functionality, that code should behave
exactly the same as it would in a normal Python installation
Nevertheless it would be nice if the wiki explained in more detail how
the two installations "interact" with each other or how to "uninstall"
one or the other.
On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 11:36 PM, Andriy Drozdyuk <drozzy at gmail.com> wrote:
> another newbie question.Googling for this yields little results as it
> only confuses the search engine...
> I am wandering whether it is possible to install regular python and
> stackless python (say both of version 2.6) on the same machine?
> My system is Fedora 12 64bit.
> Python comes preinstalled.
> However when I configure, make and make install stackless python - it
> just seems to overwrite the default python interpreter.
> Is it possible to install both on the same machine so that i can do
> something like:
> python foo.py for regular python
> spython foo.py for stackless python?
> Any tips are welcome!
> PS: Also if anyone can point me or explain to me how to uninstall
> stackless and revert back to default python that would be great :-)
> -Andriy Drozdyuk
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