junaftnoon at nospamplzyahoo.com
Sat Nov 18 06:50:40 CET 2000
It sounds Freeze can be one solution, where you can put everything,
including all the modules and libraries, into an executable file.
"Joshua Muskovitz" <josh at open.com> wrote in message
news:3a160861_4 at corp.newsfeeds.com...
> Hi gang,
> Our release group is in the process of building installers for our first
> Python-based apps. The question is, what is the
> standard/smallest/simplest/most-something-else-ist way to install python
> onto Solaris and/or NT?
> Does Python provide a mechanism for installing itself? Is there a way to
> minimize its footprint? We don't need to be able to run general python
> code, just these specific apps under development.
> hoping-that-I-get-better-answers-than-just-RTFM'ly yrs,
> -- josh
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