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Re: lilypond-book is not flavor independent

From: Cláudia Soares
Subject: Re: lilypond-book is not flavor independent
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 19:09:28 +0000

On 2009/03/26, at 14:54, John Mandereau wrote:

Graham Percival a écrit :
Now, I'll admit that we have very few lilypond users on OpenServer
and Unicos (WTM is Unicos, anyway?!).  And although redhat uses
/bin, as long as there's a symlink it should work.

It sounds like there is no ideal solution, but AFAIK Python is shipped with all GUB binaries except MacOS X.

I think users should be free to install their programs wherever they want, if the environment knows what the logged in user wants to run.

Why shouldn't I have my preferred python in PREFIX=$HOME? And other users in their home dir themselves?

Actually, this is my setup in my linux box. I have a stable old python system wide, so that other users can run python scripts with no problems and my own new python (buggy? that's another issue...) in my home folder.

So what really matters is my environment... That's another advantage of the env shebang (if we really must use shebangs...).



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