I'm trying to install Err on Ubuntu Server 12.04.4. It requires python plus a bunch of dependencies.
When I followed the install instructions, I couldn't get it to work using the "default" which appeared to be Python 2.7. There seems to be a circular dependency in sleekxmpp (one of the requirements):
ImportError: cannot import name resolver
So my idea is to use Python 3 instead. My system has all of this installed:
python install python-apt-common install python-dbus-dev install python-minimal install python-pip install python-pkg-resources install python-setuptools install python2.7 install python2.7-minimal install python3 install python3-minimal install python3.2 install python3.2-minimal install
When I use pip to install stuff, I have no idea if it's using python 2, or 3, or really, what anything is using (I can't see how to control which version of packages to install, what version of python these packages are based on with
I just want to have an environment that uses the latest version of Python 3 without all this other stuff confusing me. So I tried installing
virtualenv and setting up the environment, but it appears to just be another
python2.7 environment. In short I have no idea what's going on, and need some pointers.