dpbmisc at pobox.com
Tue Sep 17 21:31:12 CEST 2002
Terje Johan Abrahamsen wrote:
> If I would like to write some code that would not be possible for
> read, after I distribute the program, would Python be suitable?
> I know that
> there are a few programs like Py2Exe, that creates .exe files. But, I
> saw this:
> A zip-compatible archive is built, containing all files from this
> directory as well as your script, and appended to a custom python
> interpreter supplied with py2exe.
> Doesn't sound like it is protected very well. Is there some
> Py2Exe that can do the job, or should I look for a compiled language
Take a look at Tools/freeze.py.
With this tool, you can compile your python files in to C files, and
then link the C files with the python interpreter to create a
stand-alone executable that represents your program.
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