redistributing Python runtime with an application

Chris Barker chrishbarker at attbi.com
Tue Dec 4 20:01:49 CET 2001


Eric Cifreo wrote:
> I've seen posts and websites saying that the license allows for
> redistribution of Python's core, but I was wondering if there was a smaller
> package or subset (analogous to Java's runtime environment, or JRE) of the
> distribution.  I suppose I could start copying files selectively to a clean
> machine and figure it out that way but didn't want to reinvent the wheel if
> someone has already done this, or at least doumented how one does it.
> Anything out there already?

check out McMillian's installer for Windows and *nix, and py2exe for
windows.

-Chris



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