[issue1190] Windows rants& sugestions.
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Sat Sep 22 19:08:31 CEST 2007
New submission from Michael Lawrence:
TCL Perl , resources , sometimes with the python tool kit , i'd want
certin compontents removed ,
namely tcl/tk ; on a custom Installer Do you have windows TCL/TK
(YES/no) (Yes) and the gui option panel to repoiit items add perl ruby
Alt Python (type) I/E Unix or Cygwin
ALT perl , Iterix is a real sweet set of tools ,
But mainly Adding Path Statments and getting rid of other Python
interpriters, and just using main python,
version'd python is nice but , often force C:\Python
for windows i just wish you could index other dirs of python code , etc
and compile them to pyc with a right click option.
some programs use full blown python stubs , anyhow with a path option
etc , be nice to not have orphaned stubs, etc.
Juice and others use older python compiler etc, a script to hunt down
compile > default python = C:\Python\python.exe etc.
also lib paths on python for windows \python\lib-ver keep scripts for
just for sake of argument give upgrade ease and less python25; 25; 26 ;
and for testing can put the stable into main |python|bin
beta into |python|testing|bin etc.
thouse are my few irks with windows , having main tcl path specified is
resonable because with a utility it is eassy to script-name.tcl >
filename.dll , wich offers some speed.
I dont program to much but , I do try not to have wastes of disk space.
just the option of setting TCL/TK , perl ruby etc for python to call
from default location would be a plus , and would save some disk space.
and if the tcl/tk were updated wouldnt break links.
jsee or just the java plugin were installed to have system vabiles etc
PATHEXT add item for executable , can add ruby perl etc to it as well
for py or pyc, this too would force a default python interpriter,
option. the curent python for widows is alot faster than the older mini
ones in other apps.
anyhow thats my 2 ¢ cents
title: Windows rants& sugestions.
type: resource usage
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