Re: [osgeo4w-dev] Python on the registry
ivan.lucena at pmldnet.com
Thu Jun 4 18:22:34 EDT 2009
> It is intentional to not conflict with a user's existing installs.
> I think a pair of batch files that add and remove the registry entries
> to make they OSGeo4W Python version the system-wide one would be
> sufficient. It would then require the user to manually and knowingly
> do something that the OSGeo4W installer shouldn't make an assumption
That is look like the wise thing to do.
But let's say we have a entry just under Commandline_Utilities Python:
- - - - - - python: Python executable and runtime
- - - - - - python: register this as the primary python on the windows registry
That would make it optional and users would be able to make a decision.
What that entry would need to do is to update the path on a .reg file and then apply to Windows.
It is just a suggestion, not an argument.
My best regards,
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