I'm trying to use Macports to switch back to the system default version of python.
When I run this command:
port select --list python
I get back :
Available versions for python: none python26-apple python27 python27-apple (active) python34
So for example, I want to switch back to the
usr/bin/python (which is the apple version of python), I would enter this into the terminal:
sudo port select --set python python26-apple
Selecting 'python26-apple' for 'python' succeeded. 'python26-apple' is now active.
But, when I run
which python, it gives me this:
Which is not the system default version of python. That is the Macports version of python as Macports installs all their python versions into the
I want to type in
which python and get back this when I switch to the apple version of python:
When I type into Terminal
type -a python, I get back these two versions of pythons installed on my mac. The first one is where all the Macports versions of python get installed. The second one is the system version of Python:
python is /opt/local/bin/python python is /usr/bin/python
I have read this post: How do I change back from MacPorts Python to system default version? however, it doesn't seem to address this problem.