[IronPython] compiling standalone programs
kranar at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 15 18:26:38 CEST 2006
To compile a Python source file to an executable, you can use the
X:SaveAssemblies option in the IronPython console.
Given a file source.py, you would just do:
IronPythonConsole X:SaveAssemblies source.py
And this will produce a source.exe file. The executable, however, will
still need the IronPython.dll reference.
>So what is the status of compiling to standalone IL programs? Last thing I
>heard was that it was rather experimental.
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