Creating a Python installer in win32
Martin v. Löwis
martin at v.loewis.de
Wed Nov 26 06:44:59 CET 2003
"martin z" <pxtl at hotmail.com> writes:
> Hey, all. I'll get to the point: project for class, got most of my needs
> figured out, just unsure about one detail: this is a large-scale design
> course, so it has to be a complete win32 app. That means a standalone
> installer. I can't just say "go fetch Python, then run this .py file".
> Anybody know how to set such a thing up?
I recommend to use a Python binary distribution mechanism, such as
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