Added note to README about npm's python config setting #413

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kefo commented Mar 4, 2014

For consideration. Might help alleviate some Python version issues.

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Can you make the example just say node-gyp --python /path/to/python2.7? The npm config way does work, but only when node-gyp gets invoked through npm (i.e. not when you invoke node-gyp standalone).

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TooTallNate commented Mar 4, 2014

Can you make the example just say node-gyp --python /path/to/python2.7? The npm config way does work, but only when node-gyp gets invoked through npm (i.e. not when you invoke node-gyp standalone).

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I added specific instructions for node-gyp. That would make most sense. I left the instructions for npm. The latter can be removed easily enough, but it might be helpful to have both. I personally found myself at this juncture because I needed node-gyp to use Python2.7 when executing an npm install.

kefo commented Mar 4, 2014

I added specific instructions for node-gyp. That would make most sense. I left the instructions for npm. The latter can be removed easily enough, but it might be helpful to have both. I personally found myself at this juncture because I needed node-gyp to use Python2.7 when executing an npm install.

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Landed in 7cbf31c. Thanks!

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TooTallNate commented Mar 4, 2014

Landed in 7cbf31c. Thanks!

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