Python as an extension language
jstroud at ucla.edu
Mon Mar 6 21:18:10 CET 2006
Torsten Bronger wrote:
> Sybren Stuvel <sybrenUSE at YOURthirdtower.com.imagination> writes:
>>Torsten Bronger enlightened us with:
>>>I already know how to do that in principle. My only concern is
>>>distributing the thing, especially for the Windows platform.
>>Check out distutils and py2exe.
> I know that py2exe can convert a Python script into an EXE file,
> however, I have no Python script. I only have C++ source code, and
> I'd like to avoid saying, "well, please install my little EXE and
> this 10MB Python MSI for scripting it".
Even if you had 30 different things to install to make your program
work, you could bundle them into one double-clickable installer with
inno setup. Usage is very easy. Also, read the FAQ and knowledge base
entirely if you want to make pretty slick installers. Link:
UCLA-DOE Institute for Genomics and Proteomics
Los Angeles, CA 90095
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