hey every one.
if you use nuitka, then i have an issue with it.
once for testing, i gave executable created by nuitka to my friend.
i created hello world script and creted an executable for testing.
i tryed deleting all the dependencys created by nuitka and runned that. it worked on my pc but it dint work on my friend's pc.
if it is like that, how mey i check if a program is running fine or not. and also, i created a program which uses accessible_output2 and runned on my pc. it worked fine but it is the main program. i dint paste any librarys of ao2. it worked for me. i am not sure it will work on my client's pc.
so, if it works fine on our pc then how mey us check it runs fine or not. thankyou.
i hope you got my issue. if you dont, please let me know
hey every one.
Nuitka isn't production ready unless something seriously changed since the last time I looked at it, and you can fix your issue by not using it. It's cool technology, but it's also pre-1.0 experimental technology, so use at your own risk.
If you need to make Python code faster or hide parts of your source, use cython. It's just as fast but also has the advantage of being stable and well-tested. You can run it on a lot of normal Python code without modification and if you use PEP 484-style type hints you get additional speed-ups for free.
I'm also the one who got excited about Nuitka, but noticed that it was not stable yet. IIRC, the last version I tested was 0.6.x.
It's not going to be stable for a long, long time if ever. Nuitka is one of the most impressive projects I know of, but he's almost single-handedly trying to do something that is all but impossible. I hope he eventually fully succeeds and it becomes stable, but I wouldn't hold your breath. For languages such as Python the best you can feasibly do is a JIT like Pypy.
your best bet for compiling python to c is cython. nuitka ain't gonna work at least for now because (as camlorn said) it's not stable yet, and it is a small project and people won't pay attention to it as much as they pay to others like cython.
ok. but is there a way to compile one file in nuitka? that all i can manage. but i need onefile