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SnapCreator 4.1 and higher run .py scripts in /bin/sh instead of PYTHON_HOME

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Applies to

  • Snap Creator Framework (SCF) 4.1, 4.1.2
  • Python scripts used in pre and post script
  • PYTHON_HOME set to the python executable

Issue

SCF 4.1 runs .py with /bin/sh instead of using PYTHON_HOME.

The .py script won't run if it doesn't have a shebang (#!) line for python.

 

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