Author belopolsky
Recipients belopolsky, georg.brandl, glyph, nnorwitz, schmir
Date 2008-03-27.14:05:17
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I have never had a problem of different python versions coexisting on 
the same machine, but having 32-bit and 64-bit python coexist is much 
harder. Particularly when 32-bit python is compiled on the 64-bit OS 
(using -m32 flag).  There is a related issue1294959 highlighting this 
problem.

See also issue1536339, issue1553166, and issue858809.

Ideally, I would like to see a mechanism that would allow both standard 
library and user modules to share machine independent (*.py{,c,o}) files 
while having separate locations for 32-bit and 64-bit C modules.
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