Standalone applications ?
pydecker at gmail.com
Sun Aug 14 16:28:35 CEST 2005
On 14 Aug 2005 03:49:08 -0700, TPJ <tprimke at interia.pl> wrote:
> > I should have added that my platform is Linux.
> In this case you shouldn't bother yourself with executables. Python is
> available on any major distribution.
> My Python apps are available as pyc files for Linux (and for those
> Windows users, who have Python installed) and as executables for Win
> (for those Windows users, who have no Python installed).
What about any dependencies? While Linux distros may have Python
installed, it may be an older version, and may not have one or two
libraries that your app needs. E.g., I have Python that came with my
FC2 install, but it doesn't come with Tkinter, so if you build a
Tkinter-based app and just send me the .pyc file, it won't work.
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