Need pointers on building stand-alone application plug-in that callsPython scripts.

Discussion in 'Python' started by Read Roberts, Oct 15, 2003.

  1. Read Roberts

    Read Roberts Guest

    I would like to build a plug-in for the Adobe InDesign program, that
    uses Python but does not require the user to have previously
    installed Python.

    I suspect that an efficient path to this ideal is use the 'freeze'
    tool to build a directory of all the objects I need to run the Python
    scripts. and them modify the C code main program entry points to
    convert the executable to a dynamically loadable library, for both
    Mac OS X and Windows 2000.

    Can anyone confirm that this is indeed a reasonable approach, or
    suggest a better development path to the product?
    Read Roberts, Oct 15, 2003
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