[BangPypers] Distributing a python project as a binary.
kunal.t2 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 8 18:09:54 CET 2011
On 01/08/2011 10:06 PM, Narendra Sisodiya wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 9:11 PM, kunal<kunal.t2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am just curious , and do not intend to start any flame wars.
>> If a company wants to use python in a commercial project and does not want
>> the source code to go public (i.e closed source ).
>> How would one go about packaging the python project.
> I am still unable to understand that You company can still earn by making
> NonCommercial License. You can choose any opensource license and put a extra
> condition of non-commercial over it.
> This is the standard and legal way to make non-commercialization of a code.
> If anybody violate it, they will be in jail.
> See http://info.scratch.mit.edu/Source_Code , how they are added
Hmm , interesting , licenses are good as a legal protection.
But once your software is "cracked" the time limitation etc removed,
and its available online . No one ( the vast majority of home users )
is going to buy that software right ?
Illegitimate copies of Windows , Photoshop etc.
But that's not what i want to discuss right now.
I think ,Py2exe PyApp and python eggs , address my initial question , at
Thanks to all !
> One think your "FAT MANAGER" need to understand that when you write one
> byte, you use million free byte knowledge... and almost every binary can be
> reverse engineered..
>> Also as i see it, java too generates byte codes like python which is then
>> interpreted by the JVM . Still i see a lot of projects using java and
>> them as jar files.
>> Is there something similar in the python world like a jar file ?
>> Kunal Ghosh
>> Dept of Computer Sc.& Engineering.
>> Sir MVIT
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