Writing a win32 installer in Python?

Jan Ploski jpl at remotejava.NOSPAM.com
Mon Sep 25 20:46:01 CEST 2000

In article <uog1ctp71.fsf at ctwd0143.fitlinxx.com>, David Bolen wrote:
>That can be InstallShield, Wise, or for my purposes, I use the free Inno Setup
>(http://www.jrsoftware.org), and you end up with your Python
>application looking just like a native installed Windows application,
>and being totally self-contained within its installation directory.
>Users install/uninstall it just like any other Windows application.

I checked out Inno Setup today, it's simply g-r-e-a-t. Thanks for the hints!


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