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Author jasonspiro
Recipients AaronR, Jim.Jewett, brian.curtin, christian.heimes, eric.araujo, giampaolo.rodola, helder-magalhaes, jasonspiro, jdigital, jonathan.hartley, lambacck, loewis, ncoghlan, pekka.klarck, pitrou, python-dev
Date 2012-07-04.21:50:30
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Adding Python to the end of the PATH would very much help Windows
non-experts who don't even know what a PATH is.

IMO, when Python 3.4 comes out, it'd make sense add Python to the end
of the PATH by default.  This'd help those non-experts a lot.

On 7/4/12, Brian Curtin <> wrote:
> Brian Curtin <> added the comment:
> We don't need to stay with some paradigm if it's not the best way. If I can
> get any of these ways to work, I may post some type of survey on
> python-dev.
> Adding to the end wouldn't make this much of a feature. Most users have
> already put another Python into their path, so if they decide they want to
> add 3.3 to it, this option barely helps them.
> Anyway, just about everything relating to this feature has been discussed on
> the above mentioned lists over a long period of time. The feature is
> implemented as is, it has already been released, and it's staying that way
> for 3.3. All we can do is tweak the GUI.
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2012-07-04 21:50:31jasonspirosetrecipients: + jasonspiro, loewis, ncoghlan, pitrou, giampaolo.rodola, christian.heimes, eric.araujo, lambacck, brian.curtin, jonathan.hartley, pekka.klarck, python-dev, AaronR, jdigital, Jim.Jewett, helder-magalhaes
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