[Tutor] Alternatives to PY2EXE
pyro9219 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 16 12:07:18 CET 2006
I'm personally not to picky... I just want the tool to work, and like I
said, for some reason I'm having trouble running very simple scripts from
py2exe, which I dont seem to have while using pyInstaller. I've even written
a drag and drop front-end for it (had one for py2exe too) to make using it
It really does boggle my mind how people can be so wierd when asked to run
something that isn't a .exe... Guess its a side-effect of the windows
On 11/16/06, Tim Golden <Tim.Golden at viacom-outdoor.co.uk> wrote:
> [Chris Hengge]
> | Because alot of the users here at Intel dont want to admit
> | you can write usable programs in a "scripting" language.. so
> | when they see a .exe they feel comfy...
> One option which could help there -- although your
> other considerations might outweigh it -- is
> Fredrik Lundh's exemaker:
> It doesn't bundle up Python in the way that py2exe
> does: you still need to have python on the target
> machine. But it does provide an .exe of your
> program (which, behind the scenes, loads up the
> Python dll in the same way that the python.exe
> would have done in the first place).
> Thst way, the .exe-comfortable user sees a .exe
> without the extra work of py2exe/installer etc.
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