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TextWrangler and new Python version (Mac)

I installed Python 2.5 on my Mac (OS X Tiger). When running scripts
with the TextWrangler Run command it is using the system installed
version of Python (2.3). If I run the scripts with the Apple Terminal
it uses the new version (2.5).

Is there any way to ask TextWrangler to use the new version of Python?
Jan 4 '08 #1
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On Jan 4, 3:33*pm, cf29 <fcharlypil...@gmail.comwrote:
I installed Python 2.5 on my Mac (OS X Tiger). When running scripts
with the TextWrangler Run command it is using the system installed
version of Python (2.3). If I run the scripts with the Apple Terminal
it uses the new version (2.5).

Is there any way to ask TextWrangler to use the new version of Python?

Chapter 12 of the TextWrangler User Manual under "Unix Scripting:
Perl, Python, Ruby, Shells and More" has several paragraphs on this
very issue.

/Jean Brouwers

Jan 5 '08 #2

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