[wingide-users] Using Python 2.4.1 on Mac OSX

Charles Hartman charles.hartman at conncoll.edu
Tue Mar 28 19:13:37 EST 2006


On Mar 28, 2006, at 3:14 PM, Wingware Support wrote:

> Ralf Wieseler wrote:
>> I installed Python 2.4.1  on my Mac (OSX Tiger 10.4.5).
>> When i am starting Wing IDE the Python Shell window displays Python
>> 2.3.5 Version (as installed with Tiger)
>> Now i want to use the newer Version with Wing IDE. How can i do that?
>
> You can enter the pathname of the Python executable you want to use in
> the python executable field in the project properties dialog.  By
> default, Wing uses the one executed by running 'python' from the  
> command
> line.


and (just to clarify) you almost certainly want the one that's in / 
usr/local/bin

(which is where the 2.4.1 framework installer puts it, so you can use  
it without disturbing (important!!) the Apple-supplied 2.3 version)

Charles Hartman



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