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Author phbarnacle
Recipients paul.moore, phbarnacle, steve.dower, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2015-08-05.09:07:24
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I just noticed that there is a litte inconvenience when I try to invoke 'python' via passing an environment (%PATH%) from a script. I pass an environment where %PATH% only contains one directory where a python2.7.3-exe is present (I checked with "['where','python'],env=environment)" that python is found there). However when calling "['python'],env=environment)" python 2.7.9 is opened, which is the python version I called the script with. Seems inconvenient to me.

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