I am trying to use hovercraft on my Ubuntu 14.10 laptop. This is a python script, and I'm not that familiar with python... So here is what I've done:
- first, I installed hovercraft using
sudo pip install hovercraft
- then I tried hovercraft using
hovercraft mytest.rst outdir: it ran but led me to errors, and I found that hovercraft is a python 3 only script.
- so, I installed python3-pip using apt:
sudo apt-get install python3-pipand installed hovercraft in python3 with
sudo pip3 install hovercraft
- but python3 was not my default python interpreter, so I added
alias python=python3to my .bashrc
Now, when I type python -V, I get Python 3.4.2. But... typing
hovercraft mytest.rst outdir gives me nothing, as hovercraft is not a known command.
So here is my question: how do I make python 3 scripts installed with pip3 visible in my default classpath ?
(or maybe I have another problem you can point me out :-)