Can Python be run off of a CD-ROM?

BJ MacNevin BJ at replyhere.now
Wed Dec 3 14:59:38 CET 2003


WOW!
Lots of responses. Thanks everyone! I need to play around with it more. My
first attempt of just dragging the C:\python23 directory and copying the
.dll's into it did work by and large... no IDLE which is a bummer (but
understandable). So I will try some of the other options shared here.

Thanks again for all the great and helpful feedback!

BJ MacNevin

"BJ MacNevin" <BJ at replyhere.now> wrote in message
news:BhVyb.389117$Tr4.1144562 at attbi_s03...
> Hi all,
>
> I teach middle school and am currently trying to bring some computer
science
> to the students. Our district has a wonderfully linked network throughout
> all our schools... done via MS Windows Network. In order to protect the
> network, our district's IT department does not want things installed on
the
> system (or at least makes it VERY difficult to get it done). SO, I am
using
> MSW Logo installed onto a CD-ROM... we just stick in the CD-ROMS and run
it
> off of them.
>
> BUT, I am learning about Python and think it is TERRIFIC! So I wonder if I
> can do the same thing... or something similar? Is there a way to install
> Python on a CD-ROM, too, if we don't need it to be accessed from a command
> prompt?
>
> Thanks,
> BJ MacNevin
>
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> I didn't say it was your fault...
> I said I was going to blame you.
>
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