[Tutor] compiled images

Liam Clarke-Hutchinson Liam.Clarke-Hutchinson at business.govt.nz
Thu Nov 17 20:57:38 CET 2005


Sounds like someone's license was designed for C/C++.

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From: tutor-bounces at python.org [mailto:tutor-bounces at python.org] On Behalf
Of Fred Lionetti
Sent: Friday, 18 November 2005 8:29 a.m.
To: tutor at python.org
Subject: [Tutor] compiled images

Hi everyone,

Thanks everyone for the help with lambda expressions!  Your suggestions and
discussions were great!

I've got another question I think you may have come across before. 
I'm planning on purchasing a license to use some stock icons in an
application I'm developing.  The problem is the license requires this:

"Where an application is to be distributed, the graphical media must be
compiled into the application binary file or its associated data files,
documentation files, or components."

Anyone have any idea as to how I could basically "compile" all my artwork
into a data file for a python application?  Would this require compiling
them into a *.dll/*.so?  It seems like there must be any easier way--Also, I
need my application to work on windows + linux (and mac).

Any suggestions/experience would be greatly appreciated!

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