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DLTK Python interpreter recognition problems [message #646601] Wed, 29 December 2010 05:03
fishin4guitars is currently offline fishin4guitars
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The DLTK isn't recognizing the actual interpreter executable, only a symbolic link.

For example, in Window>Preferences>Python>Interpreters>Add, /usr/bin/python is a symbolic link (shortcut for those on Windows) to /usr/bin/python2.6 . It recognizes the link, but not the binary. The same happened when I tried python 3.

Has anyone else come across this?
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