Hide DOS console for .pyc file
tartley at tartley.com
Mon Sep 13 12:13:57 CEST 2010
On Sep 11, 11:32 am, Lawrence D'Oliveiro <l... at geek-
> In message <i6fivp$76v$0... at news.t-online.com>, Peter Otten wrote:
> > Lawrence D'Oliveiro wrote:
> >> In message
> >> <3a2d194c-9b34-4b84-8680-28bdfb53b... at y3g2000vbm.googlegroups.com>, Muddy
> >> Coder wrote:
> >>> For a quick testing purpose, I deliver .pyc files to my customer. I
> >>> don't want the black DOS console appearing behind my GUI, but I have
> >>> no idea how to do it. Somebody can help? Thanks!
> >> Don’t run it on Windows.
> > If you switch the OS for every minor problem you'll run out of operating
> > systems pretty soon...
> Not if you choose a suitably flexible and portable one to begin with.
It isn't the OP choosing, it's his client. Now, I dislike aspects of
Windows as much as anybody, but even I can see that dictating which OS
your client is allowed to use if they want to run your program is
sometimes not a viable option.
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