executable on cross platform

Jonas Geiregat kemu at sdf-eu.org
Tue Aug 6 17:44:38 CEST 2002


python is an interpreted language
it has an interpreter for win32, unix systems, mac
so just write the python code
and people will be able to run it if python is installed
and there is a way you could make a exe file out of a python script
http://starship.python.net/crew/theller/py2exe/
here's a link on how
greetz

"www.ciquery.com" <info at ciquery.com> wrote in message
news:aioo50$6q9$1 at venus.btinternet.com...
> I am researching to manage the development of a desktop app that connects
to
> the web and pulls some data into the app. Essentially, i would like to
write
> it once , for example in Python, and then compile according to the OS.For
> example, Windows 2000,MacOSX,Windows CE etc.It would then be a desktop
> executable.
> The program is straightforward , I need information about the executable
> side of things.
> The install would allow a small opportunity to install files on to the
users
> machine, therefore certain libraries could be installed, but they would
have
> to be small.
> has anyone had any experience? and could you point me in the right
> diretion - beyond just www.python.org . A tutorial would be useful
>
>
>
>





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