Using McMillan Installer, PyInstall or py2exe cross-platform?
david.lyon at preisshare.net
Tue Jul 15 13:37:40 CEST 2008
I can sympathise with you on this one...
There are a few options...
there is a python based "bake" make like program... that is useful...
then there is Wine... that is a windows emulator under linux... that
might be pretty easy.... http://www.winehq.org/
If you want to get more heavy-weight, then get a virtual machine.
But as per your question... the above specified options might satisfy
your requests for speed and ease of use without having to change O/S.
Hartmut Goebel wrote:
> has anybody used McMillan Installer, PyInstall or py2exe cross-platform?
> I have a Windows partition with Python installed there, so this would
> "only" required working on a different directory and for a different OS.
> Since I'm working on Linux, it's awful to boot Windows each time I
> want to build a new release.
> Any hint in this area?
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