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2 versions of python on 1 machine

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I searched with Google and on this newsgroups and i didn't find any info
regarding this. If there is more info, please redirect me to that info.

I have version 2.3.4 and 2.4 installed on windows and i thought that by
switching the PYTHONPATH parameter to the dir of the 2.4 version that
that would make python 2.4 active.

However when i envoke python from the commandline, it still runs 2.3.4
Is it possible to have 2 versions installed and switching versions when
you need to?

How can i do that?

Thanks,
Benedict

Jul 18 '05 #1
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flupke wrote:
I searched with Google and on this newsgroups and i didn't find any info
regarding this. If there is more info, please redirect me to that info.

[snip]

The above looks like a glitch or accidental repost of the post that
started this thread:

http://groups.google.ca/groups?threa...40powergate.ca

(Was it just on my server or did others get this strange repost?)

-Peter
Jul 18 '05 #2

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