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need to specify python2 #8

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lepascalou opened this Issue May 1, 2012 · 4 comments

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I use archlinux, and the default python installation is version 3. The plugin fails and reports a syntax error on last line of "lib/linux_colorpicker.py".
I installed python2 and modified the first line of linux_colorpicker.py by replacing "python" with "python2".

Not sure if this is something that need to be fixed though (pretty trivial)

m4tm4t commented May 10, 2012

I'm using archlinux too and I also had to change the shebang to python2

Spaxe commented May 25, 2012

I have this problem as well. Why doesn't this plugin just use the Python executable that comes with ST2?

There is one thing I understand -- most Linux distros don't have python2.

daGrevis commented Jun 4, 2012

Cool it's spotted before. Waiting for fix, man. :]

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weslly commented Jun 4, 2012

I'll fix it in the next update :)

@weslly weslly closed this Apr 1, 2014

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