Default location of python on OS X

Discussion in 'Python' started by Stephen_B, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. Stephen_B

    Stephen_B Guest

    I've installed the latest 2.5 python today from python.org, and I
    think it ended up in "/Applications/MacPython 2.5".

    I also have a "/Applications/MacPython 2.4" and a "/Applications/
    MacPython-2.4". Can I delete these, or did one of them come with
    Leopard?

    I still have a "/Library/Python/2.3" and a "/Library/Python/2.5".

    Thanks.

    Stephen
     
    Stephen_B, Jan 9, 2008
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  2. On 9 jan 2008, at 04.43, Stephen_B wrote:

    > I've installed the latest 2.5 python today from python.org, and I
    > think it ended up in "/Applications/MacPython 2.5".
    >
    > I also have a "/Applications/MacPython 2.4" and a "/Applications/
    > MacPython-2.4". Can I delete these, or did one of them come with
    > Leopard?
    >
    > I still have a "/Library/Python/2.3" and a "/Library/Python/2.5".
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    > Stephen
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    Leopard INCLUDES Python 2.5, there is no need to install it.
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    Tommy Nordgren, Jan 9, 2008
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  3. Stephen_B

    Stephen_B Guest

    On Jan 8, 11:33 pm, Tommy Nordgren <> wrote:
    > > I still have a "/Library/Python/2.3" and a "/Library/Python/2.5".

    >
    > > Thanks.

    >
    > > Stephen

    > Leopard INCLUDES Python 2.5, there is no need to install it.


    Thanks -- that made the decision easy. I didn't need all those
    MacPythons.

    Stephen
     
    Stephen_B, Jan 9, 2008
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