Thanks for reply Mark,
but shebang is not supported through TextMate.
Anyway, I could solve my problem by using ``python2.7'' instead of just ``python'' in bundle configuration.
Thanks everyone for advices.

On 2/14/11 12:43 PM Mark Jackson wrote:
Can't you do that in the file?

e.g. #!/usr/bin/python2.6.1  #or whatever the version you want

Does python have a USE keyword (as in Perl) to change settings?

I don't code in Python, so I am guessing.

On Feb 14, 2011, at 11:19 AM, Rob McBroom wrote:

On Feb 14, 2011, at 1:52 PM, Kaster Might wrote:

I have 3 installed versions of python on my Mac. How to tell TextMate to launch specified one on Command-R?

Set a variable named TM_PYTHON and point it to the binary of your choice (such as /usr/bin/python). This can be set globally in TextMate’s advanced preferences, or it can be set just for one project (using the info button in the project drawer).

Rob McBroom

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