[FRPythoneers] Python under MSWindows
kkinder at tridog.com
Fri Jun 1 13:47:50 MDT 2001
You might want to give freeze a try. There's a freeze.py file in the
Tools part of Python (probably included in your distribution). You can
use it to make a stand-alone binary from a Python script. It works by
including the Python interpreter, the imported modules, and your module
itself, in a single executable binary. That would make it run like other
Windows programs, but generates pretty sizable binaries.
"J. Wayde Allen" wrote:
> On Fri, 1 Jun 2001, Ken Kinder wrote:
> > Wayde, you are trying to have some Python programs be accessed similar
> > to Windows programs, correct?
> > What are you doing to make them clickable icons? Batch files, or .py
> > files themselves?
> I was just trying make shortcuts to them as I described in my reply to
> > I've seen a lot of programs make batch files. Or, you can use freeze to
> > make them stand-alone binaries. Or write wrapper programs in C?
> The batch file is an interesting idea. What is freeze?
> I 'could' write a C wrapper, but that is getting a bit deeper than I had
> in mind. I really don't need these to be MSWindows runnable, but I'd like
> to be able to share them with my co-workers. The C wrapper would probably
> turn people off.
> - Wayde
> (wallen at its.bldrdoc.gov)
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