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3 **************************** 3 ****************************
4 Creating Built Distributions 4 Creating Built Distributions
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6 6
7 A "built distribution" is what you're probably used to thinking of either as a 7 A "built distribution" is what you're probably used to thinking of either as a
8 "binary package" or an "installer" (depending on your background). It's not 8 "binary package" or an "installer" (depending on your background). It's not
9 necessarily binary, though, because it might contain only Python source code 9 necessarily binary, though, because it might contain only Python source code
10 and/or byte-code; and we don't call it a package, because that word is already 10 and/or byte-code; and we don't call it a package, because that word is already
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277 "CSIDL_COMMON_PROGRAMS" 277 "CSIDL_COMMON_PROGRAMS"
278 "CSIDL_PROGRAMS" 278 "CSIDL_PROGRAMS"
279 279
280 "CSIDL_FONTS" 280 "CSIDL_FONTS"
281 281
282 If the folder cannot be retrieved, :exc:`OSError` is raised. 282 If the folder cannot be retrieved, :exc:`OSError` is raised.
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284 Which folders are available depends on the exact Windows version, and probabl y 284 Which folders are available depends on the exact Windows version, and probabl y
285 also the configuration. For details refer to Microsoft's documentation of th e 285 also the configuration. For details refer to Microsoft's documentation of th e
286 :c:func:`SHGetSpecialFolderPath` function. 286 c:function:`SHGetSpecialFolderPath` function.
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289 .. function:: create_shortcut(target, description, filename[, arguments[, workdi r[, iconpath[, iconindex]]]]) 289 .. function:: create_shortcut(target, description, filename[, arguments[, workdi r[, iconpath[, iconindex]]]])
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291 This function creates a shortcut. *target* is the path to the program to be 291 This function creates a shortcut. *target* is the path to the program to be
292 started by the shortcut. *description* is the description of the shortcut. 292 started by the shortcut. *description* is the description of the shortcut.
293 *filename* is the title of the shortcut that the user will see. *arguments* 293 *filename* is the title of the shortcut that the user will see. *arguments*
294 specifies the command-line arguments, if any. *workdir* is the working direct ory 294 specifies the command-line arguments, if any. *workdir* is the working direct ory
295 for the program. *iconpath* is the file containing the icon for the shortcut, 295 for the program. *iconpath* is the file containing the icon for the shortcut,
296 and *iconindex* is the index of the icon in the file *iconpath*. Again, for 296 and *iconindex* is the index of the icon in the file *iconpath*. Again, for
297 details consult the Microsoft documentation for the :class:`IShellLink` 297 details consult the Microsoft documentation for the :class:`IShellLink`
298 interface. 298 interface.
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301 Vista User Access Control (UAC) 301 Vista User Access Control (UAC)
302 =============================== 302 ===============================
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304 Starting with Python 2.6, bdist_wininst supports a :option:`--user-access-contro l` 304 Starting with Python 2.6, bdist_wininst supports a :option:`--user-access-contro l`
305 option. The default is 'none' (meaning no UAC handling is done), and other 305 option. The default is 'none' (meaning no UAC handling is done), and other
306 valid values are 'auto' (meaning prompt for UAC elevation if Python was 306 valid values are 'auto' (meaning prompt for UAC elevation if Python was
307 installed for all users) and 'force' (meaning always prompt for elevation). 307 installed for all users) and 'force' (meaning always prompt for elevation).
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