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Python And Perl Portability

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Posted 27 July 2007 - 03:31 PM

When I make an EXE file from a Python script I notice that it gathers required library files and compress them into one file so the program can run

for Perl I use ,included in the Perl Development kit, PerlApp but I notice that there are no library files , only the main EXE file.
does it put the library files into the EXE file?

and if it does , why do we care about the standard library
I hear that Python is more portable because its standard library is bigger
why is it important to have a bigger standard library while we just include all the required library with the EXE file. :thumbsup:

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