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I have ubuntu 13.10.I have SPE which runs for python2.7.4+.But i need to run it for python 3.3.2+.How can i do it.My system uses python2.7.4+ by default.

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Stani's Python editor package in Ubuntu repos depends on Python 2.*

You will not be able to run in on Python 3.

If you install the spe package it will automatically install all necessary packages including python 2.*

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thanks,does repos mean repositories? – saisanjeev Jan 9 '14 at 4:54
Yes, it "repo" means "repository" – warvariuc Jan 9 '14 at 8:38

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