From: Bojan Resnik (resnikb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-04 03:33:34
> As I understand it, the conditionals are used to select correct
> headers and libraries, and the interpreter is not used. The primary
> purpose of having the path to the interpreter is to enable user
> actions to execute python code without having to find the interpreter
> themselves. I think the only relevant part is the version of the
> interpreter. Perhaps the rule that returns the interpreter should have
> an optional argument to specify the version of the interpreter to be
> returned. If there is no interpreter with that version, the rule
> should return the interpreter with the next greater version?
I am attaching the patch that implements this behavior, please feel
free to comment.
-- Bojan Resnik
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