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how do I know if I'm using a debug build of python

Hi,

A quick question:
Is there any way for a python script to know if it's being executed by a
debug build of python (python_d.exe) instead of python?

Thanks
Tim

Jun 27 '08 #1
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Tim Mitchell wrote:
Hi,

A quick question:
Is there any way for a python script to know if it's being executed by a
debug build of python (python_d.exe) instead of python?

Thanks
Tim
Not sure what this returns in Windows as I run Linux but this returns to
namer of the python executable for my setup - maybe its what you want.

import sys
print sys.executable

- will print out the name of the python executable.
Jun 27 '08 #2

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