|| at Aug 25, 1999 at 3:20 pm
Syniq> I know that
Syniq> #! /something/blah/whatever/python
Syniq> as the first line in your code will make your "program" an
Syniq> executeable(sp?), but this assumes that your user has python
Syniq> installed in /something/blah/whatever/python.
Syniq> What I'm wondering: Is there a way to make the script execute
Syniq> regardless of the location (or even existence) of python on the
Syniq> user's machine (basically, compile it into something sort of
Syniq> resembling ye old .EXE file)?
Two things come to mind. One, assuming Python is somewhere on the user's
as the first line. Two, check out the various freeze/squeeze/xfreeze
packages available for Python. Poking around http://www.python.org/search
should yield some positive leads.
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