Distributing Python Program

Discussion in 'Python' started by T, Mar 20, 2011.

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    I have a Python program (which I've "frozen" via py2exe) that I'd like
    to distribute online, but I'm not sure of the steps to take. My
    thoughts were to create an account with RegNow or FastSpring, who
    could accept the payment and offer the download, but I'm unsure as to
    how you deal with licensing issues (i.e. how do you implement license
    keys)? I'm only looking to sell the program for around $40, so this
    is by no means a huge expense to a business - however, I'd like to at
    least have something in place that would make it a bit more difficult
    for the software to be pirated (or used above than the paid number of
    licenses). Thanks in advance.
    T, Mar 20, 2011
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