So, I made a few bummers while installing latest version of Python. Somehow I have managed to install Python more than once, and now I have several Python interpreters lying around (at least I have a bunch of them listing in Pycharm). I have several different versions of Python 3.4 (one that is called 3.4M?)
I feel like that's a waste of memory. So, can I get rid of the ones I don't use? I would like to only have the System Python (2.7.5) and latest.
I'm on mac os X. I have no idea how I managed to install so many versions of Python, but I think I was following a few tutorials way back and used brew to install python more than once? But that should probably just have overwritten the Python I have.
I'm sorry if I'm unclear, I'm not familiar with Python and its structure, and I hoped you guys would shed some light on it for me...
atk fontconfig gmp4 libgpg-error mercurial ossp-uuid python smpeg autoconf freetype gobject-introspection libksba mongodb pango python3 sqlite automake gcc46 gtk+ libmpc08 mpfr2 pixman readline webp boost gdbm harfbuzz libpng mysql pkg-config sdl wget cairo gdk-pixbuf icu4c libtiff node portmidi sdl_image xz cloog-ppl015 gettext jpeg libtool openssl postgresql sdl_mixer cmake glib libffi libyaml openssl098 ppl011 sdl_ttf
which -a python:
Pycharm lists these (some of them are virtual environments):