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Py2exe

Py2exe
py2exe is a Python Distutils extension which converts Python scripts into executable Windows programs, able to run without requiring a Python installation. Development is hosted at SourceForge. You can find the mailing list, svn, and downloads there. py2exe was originally developed by ThomasHeller who still makes contributions, JimmyRetzlaff is the current maintainer, and MarkHammond also makes regular contributions. Code contributions are always welcome from the community and many people provide invaluable help on the mailing list and the Wiki. py2exe is used by BitTorrent, SpamBayes, and thousands more - py2exe averages over 5,000 downloads per month.

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