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Fix issue #678 - Skip help generation without python or python older than 2.7.8 #715

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steffengraber commented May 5, 2017

Getting python from CMake variables and using this instead of the hard coded python. Skipping help generation if no python is found or the version is older than 2.7.8.

This is a fix for issue #678 and #712

Check if python (>=2.7.8) is installed
Using cmake expressions to check for python.
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Looks fine to me except for a tiny details.

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andresni Jun 2, 2017

Confirmed fix for python 3.6 system.

andresni commented Jun 2, 2017

Confirmed fix for python 3.6 system.

@heplesser heplesser merged commit 66cd46e into nest:master Jun 9, 2017

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