ANN: eGenix PyRun - One file Python Runtime 2.1.0

Alex magixx2006 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 17 14:40:57 CEST 2015


They don't offer any free versions for those systems and their licenses are
quite expensive.

On Fri, Jul 17, 2015 at 2:26 AM, Laura Creighton <lac at openend.se> wrote:

> I think Activestate makes a Python 2.y for Solaris.
> http://www.activestate.com/activepython
>
> I've never used it.
>
> Laura
>
> In a message of Thu, 16 Jul 2015 18:58:37 -0400, Alex writes:
> >Do you have Python 2.7 64bit versions available for Solaris (10/11)
> >x86/SPARC, AIX, and HP-UX IA/RISC? I've had the displeasure of having to
> >install 64bit Python on Solaris and AIX and it's an experience I would not
> >recommend even though OpenCSW and Perzl have done much of the legwork
> >already. I'd also just be happy with any pointers to building PyRun or
> >regular Python on such systems if such currently there exist no such
> builds.
> >
> >On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 10:34 AM, Cristiano Cortezia <
> >cristiano.cortezia at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> In one of the next releases we'll probably add a tool to bundle
> >>> complete applications together with pyrun, perhaps even by
> >>> recompiling it to include the application byte code files
> >>> right in the binary like we do for the stdlib.
> >>
> >>
> >> Well, that would be simply awesome. Looking forward to it.
> >>
> >> PS: you guys should definitely advertise this work on the embedded
> >> software community.
> >>
> >>
> >> 2015-05-13 11:29 GMT-03:00 M.-A. Lemburg <mal at egenix.com>:
> >>
> >>> On 13.05.2015 16:09, Cristiano Cortezia wrote:
> >>> > Well I gave it a try, and it seems my assumptions were *somehow*
> true.
> >>> > Here is what I got when running one of my apps in single shot mode
> >>> (load,
> >>> > run, terminate):
> >>> >
> >>> > *default python distribution*
> >>> > total time 9.022s
> >>> > ENOENT's count 7377
> >>> >
> >>> > *pyrun*
> >>> > total time 8.455s
> >>> > ENOENT's count 3064
> >>> >
> >>> > So, it indeed failed much less to open files, but I guess this didn't
> >>> make
> >>> > that much difference after all (500ms).
> >>>
> >>> PyRun has the advantage of being able to read the byte code
> >>> directly from the binary (using memory mapping). However,
> >>> it still needs to run the same startup machinery as Python
> >>> itself.
> >>>
> >>> Note that startup time for Python was a lot worse before
> >>> Python used the same approach as PyRun to compile in the
> >>> parsed sysconfig data.
> >>>
> >>> > Perhaps it is because this app has some external dependencies (22 to
> be
> >>> > precise) not bundled on pyrun that had to be scanned by the
> interpreter
> >>> > anyway. If by any means we could bundle them all the same way, than
> it
> >>> > could bring a much higher performance gain. But I guess it is not
> really
> >>> > safe-feasible.
> >>>
> >>> It's certainly possible to use the pyrun build system to create
> >>> bundles with more packages and tools included.
> >>>
> >>> The one we're shipping has most of the stdlib included,
> >>> but leaves all the application code to reside on the
> >>> sys.path or in a ZIP archive.
> >>>
> >>> In one of the next releases we'll probably add a tool to bundle
> >>> complete applications together with pyrun, perhaps even by
> >>> recompiling it to include the application byte code files
> >>> right in the binary like we do for the stdlib.
> >>>
> >>> --
> >>> Marc-Andre Lemburg
> >>> eGenix.com
> >>>
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> ________________________________________________________________________
> >>> 2015-05-13: Released mxODBC Connect 2.1.3 ...
> http://egenix.com/go75
> >>> 2015-05-11 <http://egenix.com/go752015-05-11>: Released eGenix PyRun
> >>> 2.1.0 ...       http://egenix.com/go74
> >>> 2015-05-25 <http://egenix.com/go742015-05-25>: PyWaw Summit 2015,
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> >>>
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> >>>
> >>
> >>
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