Intro to Nuitka: A better way to compile and distribute Python

As Python's popularity rises, its limitations are becoming more clear. For one thing, it can be very hard to write a Python application and distribute it to people who don't have Python installed.The most common way to solve this issue is to package the program together with all its supporting libraries and files and the Python runtime. There are tools for doing this, like PyInstaller, but they require a lot of cadging to work correctly. What's more, it's often possible to extract the source code for the Python program from the resulting package. For some scenarios, that's a deal breaker.To read this article in full, please click here

Intro to Nuitka: A better way to compile and distribute Python

As Python's popularity rises, its limitations are becoming more clear. For one thing, it can be very hard to write a Python application and distribute it to people who don't have Python installed.

The most common way to solve this issue is to package the program together with all its supporting libraries and files and the Python runtime. There are tools for doing this, like PyInstaller, but they require a lot of cadging to work correctly. What's more, it's often possible to extract the source code for the Python program from the resulting package. For some scenarios, that's a deal breaker.

To read this article in full, please click here