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Windows installation - questions about DLLs

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Hi,

I need to install python (2.3.5) on windows without the giving installer
program.
Do you know what dlls are needed?
I found python23.dll, but the other (msvcrt.dll,msvcrit.dll) seems not
be useful.
Is there other dll? Are msvcrt.dll and msvcrit.dll used by
something?(test/test___all__.py return no error whitout these two dlls).

Thanks for helping.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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python23.dll requires msvcrt.dll basically.
if you use some .pyd, python requires other dll.
for example:
import _mysql # you must add a libmysql.dll for this module
kuoxin
Guillaume Hiron wrote:
Hi,

I need to install python (2.3.5) on windows without the giving installer
program.
Do you know what dlls are needed?
I found python23.dll, but the other (msvcrt.dll,msvcrit.dll) seems not
be useful.
Is there other dll? Are msvcrt.dll and msvcrit.dll used by
something?(test/test___all__.py return no error whitout these two dlls).

Thanks for helping.


Jul 19 '05 #2

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Take a look at py2exe it provides a way to "collect" all
necessary files together for you. Add Inno Installer to
the mix and you can create setup.exe insallation programs
that don't require a Python install to distribute software.

-Larry Bates
Guillaume Hiron wrote:
Hi,

I need to install python (2.3.5) on windows without the giving installer
program.
Do you know what dlls are needed?
I found python23.dll, but the other (msvcrt.dll,msvcrit.dll) seems not
be useful.
Is there other dll? Are msvcrt.dll and msvcrit.dll used by
something?(test/test___all__.py return no error whitout these two dlls).

Thanks for helping.

Jul 19 '05 #3

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