Using's output and compiling in Windows

John Yeung gallium.arsenide at
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> wrote:
> I'd like another avenue besides using
> py2exe as a bundling tool.
> This lead me to looking at

Judging by the wiki page ( 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 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.


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