Executable python program?
krimsly at home.com
Tue Dec 12 05:07:40 CET 2000
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"Nick Trout" <nick at videosystem dot co dot uk> wrote in message
news:3a34a653 at news.xtml.co.uk...
> > I am developing a python/Tk program in linux. I want Windows users to
> > able to use this program as well. Now...the situation I am in it will
> > make it inconvenient to get the windows people to install python/tk to
> > things. Is it possible to get a python "Executable" per say that isnt
> > interpreted but is a "static" executable persay? By this I mean static
> > in the same form as a linux executable that is "static" by making no
> > external library calls (or none other than system calls if that is
> > needed).
> You could look at PySol. It has everything you need to run a Python app in
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