2.7.16. But I do have installed a lot of instances of python from home-brew as well as virtual enviroment.
By default I added a bash script (something like source ~/.venv/myPython3/bin/activate), which activates one of my python 3.8 environments.
When I deactivated it, and returned to python 2.7.16, I still get this error message.
Here is the output from my terminal which shows what python am I using right now.
$ which python
WARNING: Python 2.7 is not recommended.
This version is included in macOS for compatibility with legacy software.
Future versions of macOS will not include Python 2.7.
Instead, it is recommended that you transition to using 'python3' from within Terminal.
Python 2.7.16 (default, May 16 2020, 02:22:12)
[GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple LLVM 11.0.3 (clang-118.104.22.168) (-macos10.15-objc- on darwin
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
this is default python 2.7 that came with macOS stored here /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7
ok, solved by deleting some third party python that somehow default’s python sys.path was linked to and has been overriding the original modules. Btw, is new Glyphs will also use default system python? it seems a bit dangerous. It would be supercool if Glyphs user could point to the virtual env, which would be used later in Glyphs.
Hey there! After installing Glyphs 3 and it’s modules, I get this same error mentioned above with all my Glyphs 2 plugins. (‘objc’ also shows ‘/Users/MyUsername/Library…’) . What method would you recommend to get the glyphs 2 plugins working again?
Edit: I’m sorry, there might be no correlation to the Glyphs3 installation, but rather the Big Sur OS.