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#ActualClaude Fleming

Posted 22 April 2013 - 08:12 PM

I apologize for my sloppy writing and wording of my question.

 

Thanks for replying.

 

Now, to embed Python applications and have them run on the host computer, without annoying the user who doesn't want

to install a Python interpreter to run your hybrid program, those embedding programs actually clandestinely install a Python interpreter,

correct? If so, could the user script parts of the program without having to "manually" install a Python interpreter. I know that is illogical.

What I mean is, is it possible for the user to write scripts for the program after it has been compiled with one of those two programs you mentioned? I just want to expand my horizons a little bit. I know I sound a little loopy.

 

Thanks,

Lee


#1Claude Fleming

Posted 22 April 2013 - 08:11 PM

I apologize for my sloppy writing and wording of my question.

 

Thanks for replying.

 

Now, to embed Python applications and have them run on the host computer, without annoying the user who both doesn't want

to install a Python interpreter to run your hybrid program, those embedding programs actually clandestinely install a Python interpreter,

correct? If so, could the user script parts of the program without having to "manually" install a Python interpreter. I know that is illogical.

What I mean is, is it possible for the user to write scripts for the program after it has been compiled with one of those two programs you mentioned? I just want to expand my horizons a little bit. I know I sound a little loopy.

 

Thanks,

Lee


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