[Wolves] Prerequisites for Python TECHNICAL MEETING 18/04/10

Andy Jewell Andy.Jewell at sysmicro.co.uk
Fri Apr 9 12:54:23 UTC 2010

You'll be ok with any 2.x version - I'm not covering anything that is specifically 2.6. I sent out a "Prerequisites" e-mail a few days ago that explains what you need if you want to take part in the tutorial.

I'm guessing that Alex Willmer's bit will be same - Alex, care to comment?

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Subject: Re: [Wolves] Prerequisites for Python TECHNICAL MEETING 18/04/10

Stephen Parkes wrote:

>> On 7 April 2010 15:34, Andy Jewell <Andy.Jewell at sysmicro.co.uk> wrote:
>> > Hi guys,
>> > 3) Plain, vanilla command-line Python installed (this is already in most distro's). You can check for this by typing "python" in a terminal window. Note that this environment is harder to work with, particularly for beginners!
>> >
>> Might also be worth noting which version of python you are using so
>> complete newbies don't get confused by installing 3 while you are
>> using 2.6.
So will 2.6 be the version to use on the day?


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