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Python Script Hashplings, python fallback

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If I execute a Python3 script with this haspling (#!/usr/bin/python3.3) and Python3.3 is not installed, but Python3.2 is installed, would the script still work? Would it fall back to Python3.2?

posted Jul 25, 2013 by Ahmed Patel

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The answer is "probably not." If you just want to use the latest version of Python 3 you have installed on your system, use: "#!/usr/bin/python3". When you use the specific minor version numbers, they point to that specific minor version.
Actually, the preferred shebang line is of the form: "#!/usr/bin/env python3". This way the end users can override the interpreter with, say, a virtualenv, rather than being stuck with the system default.

answer Jul 25, 2013 by Salil Agrawal
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