Difference between ActivePython and Python.org

Alan Franzoni alan.franzoni.xyz at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 18:48:30 CET 2005


S.Chang on comp.lang.python said: 

> Hi,
> Anyone knows the difference(s) between the Python binaries from 
> ActiveState and Python.org?

ActivePython is a 'batteries included' distro. I think it's great for
Windows - it includes a lot of manuals in CHM format and the Win32
extensions.

The interpreter is a compile of their own, but I don't think it to be that
different from the 'official' binary. 

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