On 2010-09-12 8:19 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
> AFAICS, it'll pick whichever version is executed when you say "python".
> Doesn't seem like an unreasonable behavior to me.
I would argue that this is not reasonable behavior.
Because most current *NIX systems depend on python 2 for system scripts,
the only way to reasonably use python 3 is to install it in addition to,
not instead of, python 2. So most systems with python 3 will run python
2 when you say "python" and python 3 when you say "python3".
For example, on my Mac running OSX 10.6.4 ...
$ python -V
$ python3 -V
- Online training: http://bw.org/u/l01
- Web: http://bw.org/
- Facebook: http://bw.org/u/fb01
- Linked In: http://bw.org/u/li01
- Twitter: http://bw.org/u/tw01
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