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Re: Two problems w/ subversion

From: Brian Behlendorf <brian_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-07-10 20:56:27 CEST

On 10 Jul 2001, Bryan O'Sullivan wrote:
> c> I'm not sure I'd call this a problem, really. I mean, isn't the
> c> convention to have "python" a symlink to the latest greatest thing,
> c> and to invoke *older* versions by hand (with "python-1.5.2" or
> c> something)?
>
> Not under Linux. All Red Hat based distributions that I know of have
> "python" as 1.5.2, as does Debian, and all use "python2" as the more
> recent version.

Are there incompatible differences between python 1 and 2 that mandate the
difference? Are they significant, or small cleanups like the perl 4 vs 5
difference?

        Brian

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