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> It sure would be nice to be able to distribute Python/OpenSSL apps  
> without having to ask every casual Windows user to recompile Python.   
> Does it make sense the distribution versions of python.exe be pre- 
> built with applink?  ...conditional to windows only.  Yes?  No?  Does  
> compiling in applink cause problems elsewhere?
> 

The 2.4.4 Windows Binary from www.python.org (.msi) doesn't appear to have
this problem anymore (M2Crypto 0.17), so Guido may be reading this ;o) 

	Arno
	



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