So you are saying that if I have TM_PYTHON, then I'll be fine without the shebang
The shebang I entered was: #! usr/local/bin/python 3.3
I think another one should do the same: #! usr/bin/env python3.3
On Oct 1, 2013, at 2:46 AM, Allan Odgaard-4 [via TextMate] wrote:
On Oct 1, 2013, at 1:24, simon <[hidden email]>
But I notice that if I add at the beginning of my
script the shebang to set environment to python 3.3, the script no longer runs. (I also
have a variable TM_python set to python 3.3).
If your script has a shebang, that is what TM uses to run your script.
It’ll fallback on TM_PYTHON only if there is no shebang.
So likely your shebang is incorrect, more info required if you need further help.
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