Small question about Python executeable(sp?) files
amaranda at spider.com
Wed Aug 25 15:34:29 CEST 1999
> I know that
> #! /something/blah/whatever/python
> as the first line in your code will make your "program" an
> executeable(sp?), but this assumes that your user has python installed
> in /something/blah/whatever/python.
> What I'm wondering: Is there a way to make the script execute regardless
> of the location
this one is easy:
provided that python is in the users's path.
(or even existence) of python on the user's machine
> (basically, compile it into something sort of resembling ye old .EXE
Aye, harder though. This is freeze you're talking about. Look in the
Tools directory of the python source. See also my prev post on how to do
it on Windoze.
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