Greetings list,

What do you think of adding PyInstaller as an official
part of CPython? Among the different native exports
options, PyInstaller holds a nice track of clean delivery.

Instead of the project battling for its survival as any other
project, if the community finds it useful enough, the devs 
can get some peace of mind. 

The stereotyped idea about languages like Python is that 
they don't by default produce executables compared to let's
say Go. Adding the native ability to produce executables can
be a turning point for Python. In the process, PyInstaller might
become even better.

Sure it will need people who are well versed in at least 3 operating
systems to maintain the project. It will add to the testing load but
if it's worth it, it's worth it. Though for a good DevOps team, set up 
is not a concern. However, having an executable makes the task easy
as you just ship a final product.

I don't exactly know how executables will interact with the WSGI protocol
but these concerns are for after and is an issue which does not concern
integrating a library per se. 

Kind Regards,

Abdur-Rahmaan Janhangeer