Build the Python library into the binary

radbit at my-deja.com radbit at my-deja.com
Tue Jun 22 20:47:31 CEST 1999


In article <376F9518.D3252CEE at interet.com>,
  "James C. Ahlstrom" <jim at interet.com> wrote:
> Now that Python 1.5.2 is here I need to upgrade from
> 1.5.  We use Python internally and also ship Python
> applications.  Our environment is mixed PC's, Suns and
> linux boxes.  Our customers all have PC's.  I always
> find upgrades difficult, especially at customer sites since
> we have no access, and have to depend on our Wise install
> script.
>
> I keep thinking how much easier this would be if the
> Python library were built into the binary.  I mean that
> on PC's, the library were part of python15.dll for example.
> No more worrys about a bad PYTHONPATH, the registry, my
> 1.5.2 binary using 1.5 libraries, the different ways all
> this works on different platforms, etc.  You just replace
> python15.dll and you are at 1.5.2.  Simple.
>
> So I wrote some code.  I don't consider it finished but
> it works.  It makes the Python library part of the binary.
>
Hi

did you have a look at mxCGIPython at
http://starship.skyport.net/~lemburg/mxCGIPython.html ?
This is a single executable not shared library with the
standard Python library embedded.

Cheers
--
Florent Heyworth


Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
Share what you know. Learn what you don't.




More information about the Python-list mailing list