I had python 2.6.1 because it was old I decide to install python 3.3.2 but, when I type "python" in my mac it prints it is version 2.6.1 and when I type python3 it shows that this is 3.3.2. I installed django 1.6 but when I check, understand that it is installed for old version of python (python 2.6.1). I want to instal it for my python 3.3.2 what should I do? any way to uninstall python 2.6.1 and when I enter python in terminal it's version be 3.3.2? I have mac os 10.6.8
You could use
pip to manage the package for you. If
pip is not installed.
sudo easy_install pip
to install it. Then
pip3 install django
django for your python3.
python3 to call python version 3 on the command line.
For projects you can use virtual environments:
$ python # this will be version 2 $ python3 -m venv myenv $ source myenv/bin/activate $ python # this will be version 3
where myenv will be the folder that hosts the libraries and binaries for that virtual environment. It will automcatically use the python version that was used to initialize this venv - in this case python3. This has the effect that once you activate the venv you can use
python there and it will be version 3.
to setup django in pyton3
congrats you have setup python3 django and now have many packages to work with
Note: X stands for the version of python