Windows service in production?
wuwei23 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 16 10:08:33 CEST 2011
snorble <snor... at hotmail.com> wrote:
> If using Visual Studio and C# is the more reliable way, then I'll go
> that route. I love Python, but everything I read about Python services
> seems to have workarounds ahoy for various situations (or maybe that's
> just Windows services in general?).
What workarounds do you mean? Every example I've ever seen makes
direct use of the Windows modules for Python.
> And there seem to be multiple
> layers of workarounds, since it takes py2exe (or similar) and there
> are numerous workarounds required there, depending on which libraries
> and functionality are being used.
What about existing code recipes which were featured in the Python
Not a hint of pyexe or weird hackery.
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