Thus spoke km (email@example.com):
> how do i create a linux executable from a python script. is that possible
> ? if so is it a real executable or its just a clever executable packaging
> system which makes its size huge as in Perl. kindly enlighten, thanks,
AFAIK there are two options.
(1) py2exe which I think is a clever executable packaging system which makes
its size huge as in Perl.
(2) psyco which is like the JIT compiler for java, as I understand it this
option requires lots of memory and is just starting to become popular.
It is possible other solutions are known by more experienced people since I
just started using Python last week.
Todd V. Rovito
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Todd V. Rovito <firstname.lastname@example.org> pisze:
> (2) psyco which is like the JIT compiler for java, as I understand it this
> option requires lots of memory and is just starting to become popular.
Psyco doesn't create executables. It just compiles and executes. And
does this bloody well.
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