Can we change the version of Python interpreter that IPython uses?
I know there is IPython and IPython3, but the problem is, IPython uses Python2.7, and IPython3 uses Python3.4.2, and I see no way to change that.
What if I wanted IPython to use which ever version of Python interpreter I wanted, could I make it that way?
I want IPython to use the newest Python version, Python3.6. Can I make it that way?
It seems I've found the solution.
You need to edit the file which starts IPython. On Linux you can enter it with:
sudo nano $(which ipython).
Once you're inside the file change the shebang line to what ever Python interpreter you like.
And directories that contain Python3.4 modules need to be added to $PYTHONPATH variable.
What is a shebang line? First line in a file that represents the path to python interpreter that will be used.
Thanks to @code_byter.