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When i freeze a python app (simple - no strange sys calls) for x86 Linux, does this stuff run well also on x86 FreeBSD?

Robert
Dec 15 '06 #1
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I haven't personally used freeze (Kubuntu doesn't seem to install it
with the python debs), but based on what I know of it, it makes make
files. I'm not a make expert, but if FreeBSD has GNU tools, freeze's
output _should_ be able to be compiled on FreeBSD.

On Dec 15, 5:52 am, robert <no-s...@no-spam-no-spam.invalidwro te:
When i freeze a python app (simple - no strange sys calls) for x86 Linux, does this stuff run well also on x86 FreeBSD?

Robert
Dec 15 '06 #2
i80and wrote:
I haven't personally used freeze (Kubuntu doesn't seem to install it
with the python debs), but based on what I know of it, it makes make
files. I'm not a make expert, but if FreeBSD has GNU tools, freeze's
output _should_ be able to be compiled on FreeBSD.
Yet do the Linux compiled cx_freeze binaries (and Python .so's) usually run directly on FreeBSD without a lot of trouble?
I have not access to a FreeBSD setup and someone wants to know the "probabilit y" :-)
>
On Dec 15, 5:52 am, robert <no-s...@no-spam-no-spam.invalidwro te:
>When i freeze a python app (simple - no strange sys calls) for x86 Linux, does this stuff run well also on x86 FreeBSD?

Robert
Dec 15 '06 #3
robert wrote:
i80and wrote:
>I haven't personally used freeze (Kubuntu doesn't seem to install it
with the python debs), but based on what I know of it, it makes make
files. I'm not a make expert, but if FreeBSD has GNU tools, freeze's
output _should_ be able to be compiled on FreeBSD.

Yet do the Linux compiled cx_freeze binaries (and Python .so's) usually run directly on FreeBSD without a lot of trouble?
I have not access to a FreeBSD setup and someone wants to know the "probabilit y" :-)
>On Dec 15, 5:52 am, robert <no-s...@no-spam-no-spam.invalidwro te:
>>When i freeze a python app (simple - no strange sys calls) for x86 Linux, does this stuff run well also on x86 FreeBSD?

Robert
I would guess not, but perhaps you could install one or other of the freebsd
linux compatibility layers and link your stuff to their libs etc etc.
--
Robin Becker

Dec 15 '06 #4
Robin Becker wrote:
robert wrote:
>i80and wrote:
>>I haven't personally used freeze (Kubuntu doesn't seem to install it
with the python debs), but based on what I know of it, it makes make
files. I'm not a make expert, but if FreeBSD has GNU tools, freeze's
output _should_ be able to be compiled on FreeBSD.
Yet do the Linux compiled cx_freeze binaries (and Python .so's) usually run directly on FreeBSD without a lot of trouble?
I have not access to a FreeBSD setup and someone wants to know the "probabilit y" :-)
>>On Dec 15, 5:52 am, robert <no-s...@no-spam-no-spam.invalidwro te:
When i freeze a python app (simple - no strange sys calls) for x86 Linux, does this stuff run well also on x86 FreeBSD?

Robert

I would guess not, but perhaps you could install one or other of the freebsd
linux compatibility layers and link your stuff to their libs etc etc.
whoops, I forgot to add the relevant link

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO.../linuxemu.html

--
Robin Becker

Dec 15 '06 #5

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