jeffrey.schwab at rcn.com
Sun Oct 2 17:39:22 CEST 2005
> A non-python programming friend of mine has said that any programs made
> with Python must be distributed with, or an alternative link, to the
> source of the program.
> Is this true?
Sorta, but not really. Typically, you might distribute the source (.py)
files, but if you don't want to do that, you can distribute the
compiled .pyc files instead. Python creates these files automatically
when your modules are imported.
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