A tool to set current Python version
pythonselect is a tool to set the current Python version; it is included with ActivePython. If you have multiple Python versions installed - say, 2.6, 2.7 and 3.1 - then running the following will set Python 2.7 to be your current Python:
$ sudo pysel 2.7 or C:\> pysel 2.7
How does it work?
On OSX, pythonselect creates symlinks in /usr/local/bin (hence sudo is required) linking to appropriate binaries in your non-system framework Python install at /Library/Frameworks/Python.framework.
On Windows, pythonselect manipulates the system %PATH% environment variable, AppPath and .py/.pyw associations. You will have to launch a new Command Prompt. Windows support is experimental. Note that on Vista and Windows 7, pysel must be run from an Administrator Command Window.
Linux support is on the horizon.
- Experimental Windows support (work in progress)
- Issue 2: restore all possible symlinks in OSX
- Python 3 support
- Added arch-specific binaries on MacOSX (python-32, python-64, python-all)
- Added 2to3 symlink
- New: Accepts -h/-?/–help/help argument to print usage
- New: Show list of installed Python versions without any argument
- New: support for pypm, virtualenv, easy_install and pip
- Fix: Prevent setup.py from running on non-MacOSX platforms
- Initial import from Komodo source: mozilla/support/set-curr-python.py
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