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Lightweight Python distribute it in under 2MBs for Win32

I am sorry if I think like this, but sometimes(keywo rd sometimes) I like
distributing my interpreters.

Anyway, I found the absolute minimum libraries needed for Python to work
with Win32. And, I included FLTK for the GUI toolkit. Sorry, but
wxPython didn't fit my <30MB requirement.

You can basically download it and find out what libraries are needed.
Some of the core included string.py, stat.py, for example.



Ramza from Atlanta
Aug 12 '05 #1
3 1530
30meg for wx ?
mine is under 3meg, compressed

Aug 12 '05 #2
fred.dixon wrote:
30meg for wx ?
mine is under 3meg, compressed

Can I have a copy of that? Windows version?

Ramza from Atlanta
Aug 18 '05 #3
long delay on reply due to pc death.
i made a simple gui that picked paragraphs from a file with wxpython.
using py2exe i bundled the program then packaged it with INNO install.
it was 3megs. now its about 4 megs after a revision.

I give you the source if you want. it uses python 241 and the latest

Aug 24 '05 #4

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