ANN: Win32 Installer - new release for Python 2
gmcm at hypernet.com
Sat Feb 24 16:26:26 CET 2001
With many, many thanks to Barry Scott, a new release of the
Win32 Installer package is here:
Barry found my major boo-boo in the code that resolves a C
extension inside a package. He also greatly improved the
messages that come out of the runtime when something goes
wrong at the top level. And if you're a user of Mark Hammond's
stuff, he also made it so, for example, "import pywintypes"
automatically finds PyWinTypes20.dll.
Also in this release: the fix for builtin modules, and a fix to the
analysis of C extensions and dlls.
The documentation now has a page of how-tos for common
extensions / packages (e.g., Pmw, PIL among others).
The Win32 Installer is a sort of compilerless Freeze - a way
of distributing Python apps with all the required support built
in. It also understands binary resources (.dlls and .pyds) and
can package up arbitrary files that your app might require.
Contact: gmcm at hypernet.com
Win32 Installer release 3j</A> A compiler-less way
of distributing Python 2.0 apps on Windows. (24-Feb-01)
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