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is there any job done somewhere for packing/distributing easily DocFactory ?
I mean a lightweight distribution with only the files needed from Python and
In case I should go through Distutils, is there some info about what I could
'leave out' from Python and Docutils ?
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From: David Goodger <goodger@py...> - 2003-04-15 13:08:25
Pierre-Yves Delens wrote:
> is there any job done somewhere for packing/distributing easily DocFactory ?
> I mean a lightweight distribution with only the files needed from Python and
> Docutils .
The latest DocFactory code is available from
<http://docutils.sf.net/docfactory-snapshot.tgz>, which is just a
tarball, not a Distutils installer. It would be easy to add the
Distutils info though.
> In case I should go through Distutils, is there some info about what I could
> 'leave out' from Python and Docutils ?
Why bother omitting anything?
Docutils: you'll need just about everything, since DocFactory is a
front-end to the whole package. It wouldn't be worthwhile leaving
Python: I'm sure there are lots of stdlib modules not used by DocFactory
& Docutils, but you'd have to figure that out yourself. Tools like
freeze and py2exe may be able to help with dependencies.
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