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    Build in Library Files


    Is there any way with Python to have the library files built into the executable application? Except for of course the python2x.dll file. I would just like to have one executable file, that doesn't rely on separate files in order to run.
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    Well it always needs some type of place to store the procedures and DLLs are made for that. And EXEs can't because they arre commands to the computer. So it does not work without a Dll or anyother file...
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    I also mentioned that I would of course need to preserve the dll file. I just want to somehow build in the library files, whether they be socket.pyd, threading.pyd, etc.

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