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Other interpreters and languages also can be run through the user-program.
Language versions are, to limit disk space consumption, automatically installed on demand.1
To run the binary of a language (e.g.,
python), you simply need to run
python. This will internally call
/usr/bin/python, which is a wrapper of the “correct” version of python (the one defined in your environment).
The binaries are stored in
/usr/alwaysdata/[language]/[version]. The directory of each version does not necessarily exist until you call the binary of the version in question: so you should not rely on
/usr/alwaysdata to know if a version is available but you can use:
$ alwrapper get_versions [language]
[version] have to be replaced by the name of the language/version. ↩︎