Compiling Python

Michael Weiss FooWeissBarMike at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 5 14:48:12 CEST 2002


While not exactly compiled to a native exe, there are other options:

Look at this: (Py2Exe)
http://starship.python.net/crew/theller/py2exe/

I understand there are other options similar to py2exe that I've never
tried... like "freeze" or the stuff over at
http://www.mcmillan-inc.com/install1.html



"TuxTrax" <TuxTrax at fortress.tuxnet.net> wrote in message
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> Hello all
>
> I am new to this forum, and to Python, please excuse the newbie question.
>
> I have started reading the o'reilly book, "learning python" and find
python
> to be an amazing language so far. My first impression of it is a language
that
> is easier than basic to learn and use, and more powerful than many other
> high level languages such as pascal.
>
> My question is this; I realize that Python compiles to bytecode
automatically
> as part of the interpreters tokenization run, but is there a way to
permanently
> compile python code outputting to an executable binary?
>
> Cheers,
>
> Mathew
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