Am 07.03.18 um 15:51 schrieb Tyler Veinot:
Anyone having issues with Python after installing the new QGIS3? My OSGeo4w shell only sees the Python27 install and my windows cmd only sees the python36 install. When I type python in OSGeo4W I get 2.7.XXXXX and a readout of where it is installed and such, the usual. When I type Python in my windows cmd I get the program could not start because python36.dll is missing from your computer. Using the 64bit OSGeo4W package, btw. When in QGIS3 if I put in print(sys.version) in the python codeblock I get a readout saying I am in Python 3.6. QGIS 2.18.X LTR seems to be using Python 2.7.XXX My question is, is this normal? Is the python packaged with QGIS3 somehow (locked) because it is an early release and not 100% ready? or do I need to do something to switch from one Python to another that I am not doing?
If you type set in the OSGEO4W shell, you see the PYTHONHOME variable set to C:\OSGEO4W\apps\Python27. So you run Python.exe from Python27.
Just type py3_env inside the shell, and the variable is reset to the Python36 folder. So python.exe is now started from there.
In a simple Windows terminal python will not run in either case, because the environment is only set correctly when starting the OSGEO4w shell.
HTH, Andre Joost _______________________________________________ Qgis-user mailing list Qgisemail@example.com List info: https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-user Unsubscribe: https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-user