Python 3.6 on Windows - does a python3 alias get created by installation?
Eryk Sun wrote:
> The simplest way to create a shell link is via the Windows GUI shell,
> Explorer. To inherit the working directory of the parent process,
> leave the link's "start in" field empty. Also, add ".LNK" to the
> system PATHEXT environment variable to allow finding link files
> without having to include the ".lnk" file extension, i.e. to be able
> to run "python3.lnk <...>" as just "python3 <...>".
An "alias" could also simply be created using: