(gulp) newbie question - portablity of python
nospam at sorry.com
Mon May 15 00:01:53 CEST 2000
Oh, I see now. I have to install Python. I certainly don't mind
installing Python on my home computer; no problem there. But I don't have
access to install Python at the unix workstation at my job. :-( They use
unix on the Sun systems, I believe.
I could ask a network adminstator if he or I could install Python. But ...
I don't think it will receive a warm welcome since many files (I strongly
believe they are text based, but I am not 100% sure) are highly sensitive.
I figured they don't want any unnecessary program lurking on the hard
drives, regardless of the benevolence Python could do for us. Well, I
suppose I will eventually have to ask. But until then, I need to first back
up my claim with a reliable Python program.
Thanks, I appreciate it.
dana_booth <dana at oz.net> wrote in message news:8fmtjo$3ub$0 at 220.127.116.11...
> Keygrass <nospam at sorry.com> wrote:
> K: So ... my question is this: Is this really too good to be true? What I
> K: to do it write the program on my Win98se (at home) and then use that
> K: or .bat file (or whatever extension it is) at work which uses unix.
> TCL/TK also is very portable, and I have written several GUI front ends in
> TCL that call on Python for the "real" work. Both the TCL and Python
> are written and tested on my Linux workstation. When they're ready for
> time, I move them to an OpenBSD server, where they'll reside for the
> The computer that you intend to run Python on must have Python installed,
> that's all. If you include propriotory stuff like absolute pathnames,
> "c:\program files\..., etc., that's up to you, but other than that, the
> is portable.
> K: Basically, I want a build a program that will replace words and number
> K: another file. For example, if I had a file called "Outdoor_sports"
> K: contained the word "baseball bat", I would want my program to change it
> K: it would say "football".
> Really easy. Good luck!
> Dana Booth <dana at oz.net>
> Tacoma, Wa., USA
> key at pgpkeys.mit.edu:11371
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