Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Re: I need help with Python Tools for Visual Studio 2010 and Django

On Tuesday, 31 January 2012 18:38:18 UTC, JJ Zolper wrote:

Since I'm on Ubuntu know with my Python and Django I'm wondering which CPython I should download?

I saw stackless python on the python.org site but I'm not sure if that's what CPython version I would need. I thought there was a standard CPython? Any help about my interpreter for Python on Ubuntu would be helpful.

As for Django I think I'm in good shape since it is now ready to go along side Ubuntu. And that's how i would move to production, on a Linux machine for it. I can open a python interpreter from the terminal but I thought I should have more than that such as IronPython or CPython?


There isn't such a thing as "CPython" that's separate from the Python interpreter already on your VM. That interpreter *is* CPython. You have no need to install anything else. In any case, that's the version that works with the other Python tools on the system, so installing a different one would be complicated and unnecessary.

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