Vista Compatibility

Discussion in 'Python' started by DaveA, Dec 2, 2008.

  1. DaveA

    DaveA Guest

    There was a thread about this about a year ago, but I wanted to see if
    anyone could clarify this question for me - what is the first
    officially sanctioned version of Python that is known to be fully
    working under Windows Vista? The best I could find is some indications
    that point to 2.5 being the first.

    I'm asking because we have a Python 2.3.4 runtime for an application
    that we're now looking into running on Vista.

    Thanks!
     
    DaveA, Dec 2, 2008
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