[Pythonmac-SIG] What does Python/Mac need to run a program?
Wed, 09 Feb 2000 11:32:42 +0100
> We're developing a cross-platform Python app that will run on Mac, Windows
> and Linux. We've isolated the minimal DLL's that need to be used in the
> Windows environment, but are wondering what files are necessary to run a
> Python application in the Mac environment.
> Is it simply the Python Core 1.5.2 system extension? If so, does the system
> need to be restarted after the extension is installed?
Yes, that's the only extension you need, and you don't need to restart.
If you want you can use BuildApplication (on the mac only) on your app to
bundle your app, PythonCore and all extension modules neded into a single mac
executable. That way you also don't have to distribute the Python tree, the
application will be completely self-contained.
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