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RE:applescript/python question

P: n/a
Hi Sean,

Thanks for your fast reply. This still doesn't seem to work. I also tried changing it to
#!/usr/local/bin/python since it looks like the Python 2.5 items are actually in there. I'm starting
to wonder if AppleScript's 'do shell script' command is actually looking in /usr/bin for Python by
default?

Thanks.

Jay
Change the first line to

set p to "#!/usr/bin/env python"

That will execute the default python installation...assuming 2.5.2 is
the default. Otherwise, you can change that to the absolute path of
the 2.5.2 version.

~Sean
Aug 2 '08 #1
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