[IronPython] compiled "builtin" modules (os, sys, etc)

Curt Hagenlocher curt at hagenlocher.org
Thu Nov 13 13:43:39 CET 2008

"os" is not a builtin module at all -- it's an external .py file that loads
the internal "nt" module.  I don't know why you'd need to include sys, but I
imagine Dino will answer. :)

On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 10:39 AM, <oren at held.org.il> wrote:

> Hi,
> This question is regarding IronPythong *compiled* code (I use pyc.py):
> It seems that I have to "compile" even the "builtin" modules such as sys,
> os, if my script imports them.
> 1. Aren't they supposed to be included in IronPython.dll? Am I doing
> something wrong? :)
> 2. Do you know of any "make" script that follows all the imported modules
> recursively and compiles them as well?
> Thanks!
>  - Oren
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