Unix-head needs to Windows-ize his Python script
waldemar.osuch at gmail.com
Thu Oct 21 00:35:25 CEST 2010
On Oct 20, 11:38 am, gb345 <gb... at invalid.com> wrote:
> I have a handy Python script, which takes a few command-line
> arguments, and accepts a few options. I developed it on Unix, with
> very much of a Unix-mindset. Some Windows-using colleagues have
> asked me to make the script "easy to use under Windows 7". I.e.:
> no command-line.
> Therefore, I want to adapt my script, with the minimum amount of
> work, so that it can have a double-clickable icon that brings up
> a small GUI to accept command-line options (including a couple of
> file-selectors for input and output files).
> I am Windows-illiterate, so I really would like to keep this as
> barebones as possible. Where should I look to learn more about
> how to do this?
> (P.S. in case it matters, it's OK to assume that Python will be
> installed on the Windows system; IOW, the script need not bring
> with it a Python interpreter and libraries.)
Teach them "Windows key" -> Run -> cmd
or very useful "Open Command Window Here" right click option.
Failing that you may try EasyDialogs
The build in module is Mac only. The Windows version is available
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