Executables under Win32

Fuzzyman michael at foord.net
Wed Jul 9 15:57:44 CEST 2003


On Wed, 09 Jul 2003 05:57:30 -0400, Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com>
wrote:

>Fuzzyman wrote:
>> 
>> IS there a tool to make Python Executables (binaries) under Win32...
>> or must people have a distribution of Python to use any scripts I
>> write ?
>> 
>> I don't need to hide my source code - but would liek to make it easy
>> for a newbie to use my scripts.
>
>(Excellently asked question!  We get this one often, but rarely so
>clearly. :-)
>
>There is py2exe and the Macmillan Installer, as well as some lesser
>known alternatives.  py2exe runs on Windows only, the other on Windows
>and Linux (at least).  A quick Google for either should get you there...
>
>-Peter


Many thanks :-)

Fuzzyman
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