On 2020-11-22 06:32, Paul Moore wrote:
Definitely not. I'm thinking of something*far* more limited. Specifically, things I'm not suggesting be in the stdlib:
- Bundling the Python binaries.
- Stripping out unneeded modules.
- Executables forms other than "single file".
- Support for C extensions.
I'd say there's no use in having such a tool if it doesn't support C extensions. Without C extensions you can't include most GUI toolkits like Qt, which are key to making a "real app" in many cases. That alone is enough to kill it for me. And if that wasn't damaging enough, you also lose the whole scipy stack.