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i am currently running Mac OS 10.5 and i have written and fully debugged (nothing in the command line) a large python script.

i am wondering how am i able to create an app for the program. i do not understand the lingo of how to install different libraries and i would appreciate a walkthrough.
what i am looking for is a way to make my program run independant of the version of python and other packages installed. i would prefer to have it platform independant but if that is not possible than mac would be the operating system of choice

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To be able to distribute your python programs you need a program that can help you bundle together all the modules, libraries, dlls, and other stuffs you used during your program. such programs are py2exehttp://www.py2exe.org, pyinstallerhttp://www.pyinstaller.org, e.t.c, they are all open source and are readily available for download no strings attached, their tutorials are also available in their homepages.
Just walk through it, i haven't used it myself, but have all the packages.

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