10 Apr 2000 FarcePest   » (Journeyer)

gstein certified me. I ended up browsing his Python pages and found a cool way to make Python byte-code files (.pyc) executable. Then I thought of a cooler way to do it. Or at least, if you want to make your .pyc files executable, this is an easier way to go about it.

P.S. 10-Apr-2000: It turns out that it only works if you directly reference the Python interpreter on the #! line, i.e. my examples with /usr/bin/env python don't actually work. I've since fixed the page. Thanks again to argent for some discussions that led up to this discovery.

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