ANN: exemaker 1.0 (october 10, 2004)
fredrik at pythonware.com
Sun Oct 10 16:58:18 CEST 2004
The ExeMaker utility takes a Python script, installs it in a given
directory, and creates an EXE file in the same directory. When you
run the EXE, it locates and loads a suitable Python interpreter DLL,
and runs the script. Usage:
> more myscript.py
print "welcome to my script!"
> exemaker myscript.py c:/bin
welcome to my script!
The ExeMaker is designed to quickly turn small scripts into command
line utilities, so you can use them (and distribute them) without
having to set up PY associations, create BAT files, or fool around
with more sophisticated bundling tools. Just run exemaker on your
script, and you're done.
You can get ExeMaker from:
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