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Hey I am Learning Blender for 3D mesh design and the current Relese doesnt
recognize my python 2.4.1 it stopped at python 2.3. there alpha test of
their next release supports py 2.4 but as a noob id like to learn an a less
buggy release. so my question is can i install 2 versions of python and if i
do, does the newer version hold rank when running .py files. or should i axe
the version i have and the start with 2.3 then load 2.4 or what? thanks
-Clinton Brandt - Windows XP Laptop
Nov 2 '05 #1
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You can certainly have more than one version loaded. You may
find it easier to fall back to Python 2.3. Unless you are
using 2.4 specific features, it won't cost you much. You have
to mess with path, associations, etc. in Windows registry to
switch between the two.

-Larry Bates

clinton Brandt wrote:
Hey I am Learning Blender for 3D mesh design and the current Relese
doesnt recognize my python 2.4.1 it stopped at python 2.3. there alpha
test of their next release supports py 2.4 but as a noob id like to
learn an a less buggy release. so my question is can i install 2
versions of python and if i do, does the newer version hold rank when
running .py files. or should i axe the version i have and the start with
2.3 then load 2.4 or what? thanks
-Clinton Brandt - Windows XP Laptop

Nov 2 '05 #2

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