Files like t3 or t3,2 are incorrectly parsed as explicit version specifiers

Issue #9 resolved
Sam Partington
created an issue

Try py.exe t3 and providing that the file 't3' does not exist or it exists but does not have a shebang then it is assumed to be a -3 flag and so it will start a python 3 process in interactive mode.

Comments (2)

  1. Vinay Sajip

    This should now be fixed. Thanks for the patch, and please verify that it works for you! (The fixed version is, please check any .msi you download - sometimes the BitBucket CDN doesn't update as soon as one might like).

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