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Yes, I've been thinking about that, it seems that some distributios
set "python" for python3 or python2 , and others "python" and

maybe python it's much more standard and it's what we might be using.

For now I have a link in my system from "python" to "python2", if
linux distributions have no consensus about that we may write an
script to detect the right python version to use from cmake.

2012/7/22 Solonen Vesa <vesa.solonen@xxxxxxxx>:
> Regarding python2, would it make sense to just call "python" as "python2" is not usually available anymore?
> "Python" mostly means python2.x and "python3", well python3.x... The current use of "python2" creates build problems on stock Ubuntu.
> -Vesa
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