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Author michael.driscoll
Recipients brian.curtin, docs@python, eric.araujo, ezio.melotti, michael.driscoll, tim.golden, tshepang, weirdink13
Date 2012-05-25.20:28:35
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Okay. Here are a couple from

"You may also find that you have a Start-menu entry such as Start ‣ Programs ‣ Python 2.2 ‣ Python (command line)"

Then just a little farther down are several example paths with "c:\Python23\python"

Then in there's the following line:

"Do _not_ build Python into your .exe file directly. On Windows, Python must be a DLL to handle importing modules that are themselves DLL’s. (This is the first key undocumented fact.) Instead, link to pythonNN.dll; it is typically installed in C:\Windows\System. NN is the Python version, a number such as “23” for Python 2.3."

In there's this line:

"The Python 1.5.* DLLs (python15.dll) are all compiled with MS VC++ 5.0 and with multithreading-DLL options (/MD)."

I see fixed as it mentions BOTH Python 2.7 and 3.2
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