[Twisted-Python] Twisted inclusion in other software
mporter at despammed.com
Thu Dec 4 16:13:22 EST 2003
My network jukebox app, mpJuke (http://www.mpweb.dsl.pipex.com/) does this.
I package up Twisted and a number of other Python packages and 'freeze' them
using cx_Freeze so that the end-user doesn't need to install anything extra
I've only done this on Windows but it should work just as well on Unix.
----- Original Message -----
From: "RITA Y/O RODRIGO DIAZ Y/O BENENSON" <rdrb at 123.cl>
To: <twisted-python at twistedmatrix.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2003 2:21 PM
Subject: [despammed] [Twisted-Python] Twisted inclusion in other software
> It looks like, but I need to be sure.
> Twisted is 99% pure python code. For each optimised C module there is a
> So, it is absolutelly viable to include some Twisted modules directly into
another app, eliminating the requirement of "please install
> For example: twisted.internet and twisted...woven ?
> Obviously product references will be explicited in the Readme.
> Can this be done ?
> Have it be done ?
> Except for Banana application, it is a solution for the distribution and
deployement problem ?
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