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Re: gl Multiple versions of python

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Glenn Linderman wrote:
When using multiple versions of Python co-installed on the same system,
what happens with local .pyc files? If the .py is loaded with a
different version of Python, is the .pyc rebuilt (even if the .py hasn't
changed)?

Or must one manually delete the .pyc files?
They are automatically rebuilt if they are from a different version of
Python. This is why it isn't a good idea to share library modules
between different versions.

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Steve
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Oct 29 '08 #1
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