September 4th, 2003, 09:32 PM
Is there anyway to make a python program totally standalone? Because it seems like im not actually writing all of the code, that the program wasnt written 100% by me, if i still need the python23.dll
i am currently using py2exe. Does anyone know about a program that compiles python code to make it fully standalone?
September 5th, 2003, 10:46 AM
The first question I always ask when people wonder about that is: why?
If it's for "code hiding", then forget it. Things turned into executables via py2exe are fairly trivially decompiled with decompyle.
In general, python was never really designed with a mind to create standalone executables. It was meant to run via an interpreter. If that means that you have to package the interpreter with it and then wrap a script around your program to call it, so be it.
September 6th, 2003, 09:12 AM
well, its not acutally me, who has the problem with the dll, its my friend. He wont accept any of my programs because he claims that i didnt fully write them..... so im in essence, just trying to hide the dll from him so that he will accpet my program...(via aim)
September 6th, 2003, 03:20 PM
tell your friend that he is an idiot. How does your program requiring a DLL file mean you didn't write your script?
September 7th, 2003, 08:24 AM
lol 2k is right, your friend is a dummy. You'll have a hard time finding programs which are only one file anyway.. If your on windows, go to your program files dir and take a look. I'd Just zip it up and send it to him