py2exe for MorphOS?
  • Paladin of the Pegasos
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    Yasu
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    Is it possible to port this software to MorphOS? It would make Python more useful as a programming language IMO.

    http://www.py2exe.org/
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    Kronos
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    At a quick glance I don't see anything particular usefull here.

    - it's still interpreted
    - it still needs a phyton setup (only that it is included in the program's directory)
    - it's still invoked by "python ....."

    Now if someone could bundle the interpreter and script (+ all needed modules) into one exe without turning it into a 200MB "hello world" ....
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    Yasu
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    Ah. It sounded better then it was ...
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    CISC
    Posts: 617 from 2005/8/27
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    Quote:

    Yasu wrote:
    Is it possible to port this software to MorphOS? It would make Python more useful as a programming language IMO.

    http://www.py2exe.org/


    Python comes with a script called freeze.py which basically collects all the dependencies and builds a Makefile that will produce an executable (basically the whole Python interpreter with your Python code built in).

    I used this tool when I built the BitTorrent executable in the olden days. ;)


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  • »27.04.14 - 19:28
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