Python Webstart ?
jfabiani at yolo.com
Fri Sep 17 20:04:06 CEST 2004
Jorge Godoy wrote:
> huy <nytimes at swiftdsl.com.au> writes:
>> Well not really. I don't mind doing one installation of a
>> (Python/Java) webstart. However, it's the automatic update of the
>> actual application software which I find most useful. The alternative
>> using p2exe or pyfreeze will require me to distribute the (potentially
>> large) binaries manually. For hundreds of terminals, this is not gonna
>> be good, especially in an iterative environment.
> A network drive is not an option? I use that with several software. I
> just update one copy and everybody has an updated copy of the software
> the next time they run it.
Of course the problem with using a network drive is the size of the file
that is download everytime the program is run.
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