start .pyo files with doubleclick on windows
Alf P. Steinbach
alfps at start.no
Sun Jan 24 22:25:53 CET 2010
> I'd like to start .pyo files under windows with a double click.
> (I know I can just write a .bat wrapper, but somehow it would be more
> fun to start with a direct double click)
> Currently this works if the file does not import any other .pyo file.
> The problem is, that a dobleclick performs a
> "python.exe myfile.pyo"
> In order to import precompiled .pyo files however it seems, that
> "python.exe -OO myfile.pyo"
> would be required.
> Is there any trick to do this under windows?
> The only trick, that I can think of is to write a small wrapper
> executable, that would then call python -OO.
> Wouldn't it be useful if python searched also for .pyo files when trying
> to import and being invoked with
> "python.exe mycode.pyo"
> thanks in advance for any ideas suggestion
C:\> assoc .pyo
C:\> ftype python.compiledfile
python.compiledfile="C:\Program Files\cpython\python31\python.exe" "%1" %*
Use ftype to change the association.
Cheers & hth.,
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