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From: Frank <frank.stuess@st...> - 2002-02-04 09:56:18
has anyone tried to 'compile' the whole WebKit thing via py2exe to a
The goal is to run eg. AsyncThreadedHTTPServer on a cd without
installing python and it's modules.
One would have an intranet Server in-a-box, which was great to use with
an interactive catalogue i plan to ship to my customers. It's not on the
web for security and other reasons.
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On Monday 04 February 2002 00:24, Frank Stüss wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> has anyone tried to 'compile' the whole WebKit thing via py2exe to
> a self-running Application?
I've never heard of anyone doing it. Building a standalone
distribution is a worthy goal and would help flesh out remaining bugs
in WebKit, but it would not be an easy task. It's probably much
easier to deal with the security issues you mention and put the
catalogue on the web.
> The goal is to run eg. AsyncThreadedHTTPServer on a cd without
> installing python and it's modules.
Remember that AsyncThreadedHTTPServer is no longer part of Webware.
It was removed because the 'AsyncThreaded' architecture it was built
on was slow, buggy, and noone was interested in maintaining it. Ng's
is a possible replacement. There's also a built-in HTTPServer in the
Webware refactoring I've been working on: