|03-27-2009, 12:13 AM||#1|
You kids get off my lawn!
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Columbus, Ohio
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Python 2.5 and Calibre
Quote from Calibre changelog for 0.5.3:
Also remove python 2.5 builds as it is no longer officially supported, though calibre will probably continue to run on it for a little while longer.
I noticed this on the changelog for 0.5.3 and wondered what this meant to the average user.
I don't remember installing Python to run Calibre, although I do have it (version 2.5) installed for other scripts. Do I need to upgrade it to run Calibre? Or, is the Python to run Calibre built-in to the installer program?
I've read it's possible to install more than one version of Python - is that true? Is it advantageous? Can it cause problems? (Okay, I guess that's a bit OT for the forum...).
(Oh, yeah - happily running Calibre on Windows XP SP3).
|03-27-2009, 02:15 AM||#2|
creator of calibre
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Mumbai, India
it doesn't mean anything unless you're installing calibre from source. If you're using a calibre installer, you've already been using python 2.6 for months
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