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How to convert python 3 files into a file readable for MACs

I've been using cx_Freeze to convert my py files into exes, but now I'm looking to expand my audience and want to get my py files on macs too. Any idea of how I can do this?
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Need Help in configuring Django for Python 3.4 on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS [on hold]

I want to configure django framework with python 3.4 on Ubuntu 3.4. But default python on ubuntu is version 2.7. So I am not able to configure django for python 3.4. I am very new to python. So can ...
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Change pythonpath in Vim

I'm using Vim for Python coding. The problem is, that I'm writing in Python 3 and Vim settings contain only Python 2.7 paths. That does not allow me to use plugins (like python-mode) for autocomletion ...
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What is the difference between libpython3.3 and libpython3.3m?

I was checking the Python static and dynamic libraries. I was wondering, what is the difference between libpython3.3 and libpython3.3m?
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Pandasql installs in 2.7 folder but can't be seen from ipython (uses Python 3.3)

have Python 2 and Python 3 installed on my system. By default, when I go into ipython it uses Python 3 I can use packages like pandas fine. however I installed pandasql pip install -U pandasql The ...
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Is there a way to get python's help() to work in the SublimeText 3 console?

Sublime Text has a console which can be activated by using Ctrl + `. It exposes a python interpreter. On my machine, it's python 3.3. >>> import sys >>> sys.version '3.3.0 ...
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How to fix _decimal module compilation error when installing Python 3.3.2 in CentOS 5.9 (x86_64)?

I'm getting the following error when trying to compile Python 3.3.2 in CentOS 5.9 x86_64: Failed to build these modules: _decimal I get this error when executing the "make" command (after the ...
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Python library for packet manipulation

I'm looking for a library or module which would allow for network packet manipulation. Scapy is almost universally recommended, but it doesn't seem to have support for Python 3.x or LTS of any kind. ...
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Is this port of ScaPy compatible with Python 3.x?

I found this attempt at poring the ScaPy packet manipulator to python 3.x. Has anyone had any experience using it in Python 3.x? Does it work?
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how can I get scitools to work with Python 3.3.2 in Windows?

I just installed Python 3.3.2 on my Windows XP machine. I have been practicing Python using both Idle and PyScripter. I installed several packages to go with it, among them SciTools. The ...
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Python 3.3 (Using IDLE)

I recently installed Python 3.3 on Centos 6 (which has Python 2.6.6 already installed). When I try to open the the Python Shell with IDLE, it opens with Python 2.6.6. How do I open Python 3.3 with ...
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make error while building Python. -fPIC error

making Python3.3.1 on Linux. Does anyone know how to fix this? It seems I just have to add -fPIC somewhere in the makefile, but I am not sure where. It looks like most lines from the make output ...
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running python via mac ports

I have installed python via mac ports, using: sudo port install python33 I then did: sudo port select --set python python33 and got: Selecting 'python33' for 'python' succeeded. 'python33' is ...
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postfix sends mail from wrong domain / Python 3 code for sending utf8 mail

I have a machine with two domain names, say a.com and b.com. When I use postfix to send something from an address like [email protected], it replaces it with [email protected] every time. My main.cf file specifies ...
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What Linux distributions come with Python 3 as the default? [closed]

I know that ArchLinux has Python 3 as the default Python install. What other Linux distributions ship with Python 3 as the default Python version? I've checked this SO question, but it seems more ...