Porting to Windows
zhoney at wildmail.com
Fri Aug 15 23:29:33 CEST 2003
I've been programming Python on Linux for a while now, and I'm finally
ready to start porting some of my stuff to Windows. Problem is I use
os.system to perform a lot of tasks, making the porting difficult.
There are some things (such as image manipulation using <convert>) it's
probably pretty impossible to do using Windows system calls. Other
functions (such as printing) should be readily available. Does anyone
know a good resource for learning some of this stuff?
Also, is there any way to compile Python without embedding it in C?
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