Python, Be Bold!
On 1/2/20 1:42 PM, Abdur-Rahmaan Janhangeer wrote:
> I am not proposing native executables, but a .jar like executable. The term
> executable refers to one click run.
But a jar file is not executable on Windows and never has been. You
can't go to the cmd.exe window and type "myprogram.jar." Maybe it can
be opened with a file association linking it to a Java runtime
executable. But it's certainly not a Windows executable. And I've never
ever seen anyone launch a java jar file by double clicking on it. Most
people provide .bat files to start it, or a lnk file that contains the
necessary java flags.
As Chris said with file associations you can already double-click on a
py file (or pyw without a console window by convention).