Running Multiple Versions

Discussion in 'Python' started by noel@webeok.org, Jan 15, 2008.

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    Hi,

    We are windows shop with some unix servers as well. We run 2.4.1 and
    want to begin migrating to 2.5.1. I am looking for information
    dealing with having more than one version of python on a server at one
    time. I believe this is called side-by-side and all that is needed to
    select a version on a windows box is to set the path to the desired
    version of python prior to launching the script.

    Does this sound correct?

    Is there doc online that describes this?

    For windows, has anyone come up with a way to have the script launch
    the correct version at load time - similar to the she-bang method used
    in unix?

    Thanks

    Noel
     
    , Jan 15, 2008
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