This article outlines the steps to install and manage different versions of python3 without bothering the default python2 on mac.

Ignore this section if you are happy with your current install of pyenv.

To uninstall the existing pyenv, follow the steps below. The credit for this solution goes to the selected answer here:

  1. Firstly, disable pyenv’s control over which python to call by editing ~/.zshrc and removing the pyenv init line. This will remove the pyenv shims directory from PATH, and future invocations of python will execute the system Python version, as before pyenv.
  2. Next, to delete all the versions…

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