I did something more or less like this recently, except I included the python.exe too. I think you could try the following: Put your executable and the python dll (python31.dll?) plus any .pyd you'll need in the same directory. Make a Python31.zip containing all necessary .py files (if you download the source, the whole .py library tree should be there - just zip it or as much of it you need).
When you initialize python from your application add the path of Python31.zip to sys.path (e.g. sys.path.append('c:\home\myname\mydistro\Python31.zip')).
- Should be easy enough, you only need the dll for the raw
interpreter, I think. 2. This is trickier; you'll probably have a hard time weeding out "dangerous functions"... several that might be considered so are included in the interpreter (e.g. basic IO or execfile). I don't know how you should do that.
Regarding redistributable runtime: I think the license allows you to redistribute an unmodified python31.dll.
On Sat, Sep 12, 2009 at 6:55 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
i use win32 and msvc9,i have installed the python3.1 on my computer,and i played with it for several days.i also played the Boost.Python that enable me easily export classes into python,but now when i want to distribute my application to another computer without python installed,i `m confused.
so plz consider an application which:
- Exported some packages from itself to python and have a UI like a script
editor window that enable user type python script in and excute it.
- Users can only use these packages supported by application it self to
maintain the application,they are limited to use the dangerous default packages like io things provided by original python distribution.
i thought there may be a python.dll that i just need take it with my application,but seems i
m wrong,there isnt such a file looks like a python redistribute runtime.and about the question 2,the computer without python installed can not have a python path that i should copy my pyd into.
so how should i do these?i totally have no idea. thanks for any help. _______________________________________________ capi-sig mailing list email@example.com http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/capi-sig