Idiot-proof installs for python+pygame+pyopenal+app
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Sun Jan 1 22:58:09 EST 2012
I'm looking at developing some tools that involve pygame+pyopenal
and would like to make cross-platform distribution as painless as
possible. Is there a "best practice" for doing this without
forcing the user to install Python, install (say) pip, pull down
pygame & pyopenal and install those, install my (simple) app, and
then finally run it?
On Debian, installation of all the prerequisites would just be
apt-get install pygame python-openal
(which, via a local apt repository, I could flag as dependencies
of my app and package it as .deb) but it gets hairier on Mac & Win32.
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