Using freeze.py's output and compiling in Windows

John Yeung gallium.arsenide at gmail.com
Fri Sep 11 01:54:32 CEST 2009


On Sep 10, 7:53 am, "Di Biase, Paul A CIV NAVAIR, 4.4"
<paul.dibi... at navy.mil> wrote:
> I'd like another avenue besides using
> py2exe as a bundling tool.
>
> This lead me to looking at freeze.py.

Judging by the wiki page (http://wiki.python.org/moin/Freeze) and some
other miscellaneous Googling, it would seem freeze is merely *nix's
py2exe (or py2exe is Windows's freeze).  I think if you were to make
the necessary adjustments to freeze.py in order to make it generate
Windows executables, what you'd end up with is essentially your own
version of py2exe.  I would not be at all surprised if that is
actually how py2exe came into existence in the first place.

John



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