I agree - betting on what RedHat does in their distributions is not a
good plan in my idea.
It will break at some point in the future when Redhat updates their
scripts and decide that pyhon2 should be removed.
Maybe Launch.py should check the Python version and if it's not a 2.x
distribution, then display a message explaining how to fix the
On Thursday, November 7, 2002, at 05:52 AM, Frank Barknecht wrote:
> Ian Bicking hat gesagt: // Ian Bicking wrote:
>> Does anyone (at least on Posix) *not* have a python2 binary? I know
>> Debian, and I'm pretty sure Redhat, that Python has always had the
>> "python" binary, and version-specific binaries (python2, python2.2,
>> python1.5). Since Python 2.x is becoming pretty much required for
>> Webware, saying "python2" might be a good idea.
> On my Debian box, there isn't a python2! I have python, python2.0,
> python2.1 and python2.2 (and I should deinstall some of them...)
> I think, Webware should use "python" only. If that is python 1.5 still
> somewhere, the sysadmin, distribution maintainer, ... should fix it
> or do a workaround like "export PYTHON=/usr/bin/python2.2" or "alias
> python /usr/bin/python2.1" or even edit AppServer/Launch.py
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