On Sep 12, 2010, at 8:19 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
> James William Pye <lists(at)jwp(dot)name> writes:
>> I think it kept favoring python2 when I wanted python3 as both were in $PATH.
> AFAICS, it'll pick whichever version is executed when you say "python".
> Doesn't seem like an unreasonable behavior to me.
Perhaps reasonable, but:
jwp(at)torch:python/release31-maint/Include 0% ls /src/build/py32pg90/bin/py*
/src/build/py32pg90/bin/pydoc3 /src/build/py32pg90/bin/python3-config /src/build/py32pg90/bin/python3.2-config
3.x doesn't have a "python" link by default, so the user will have to make one in order to get ./configure to select it.
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