[EuroPython 2011] Peter Szabo - 23 June 2011 in "Track Tagliatelle"
If a Python application has lots of dependencies and requires specific versions of some of its dependencies, then users can easily get bored or frustrated installing the application. To make the installation faster and have less side effects, application authors can create bundles which contain the application, all its dependencies and possibly the Python interpreter. This talk presents a way of creating bundles using StaticPython, and compares it to bb-freeze. StaticPython is a single-file statically linked version of Python for 32-bit Linux (i386), containing all standard and some extra Python modules and C extensions.
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