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The options listed above can also be provided in a file named unattend.xmlalongside the executable. This file specifies a list of options and values.When a value is provided as an attribute, it will be converted to a number ifpossible. Values provided as element text are always left as strings. Thisexample file sets the same options as the previous example:
Because of restrictions on Microsoft Store apps, Python scripts may not havefull write access to shared locations such as TEMP and the registry.Instead, it will write to a private copy. If your scripts must modify theshared locations, you will need to install the full installer.
In general, nuget packages are not upgradeable, and newer versions should beinstalled side-by-side and referenced using the full path. Alternatively,delete the package directory manually and install it again. Many CI systemswill do this automatically if they do not preserve files between builds.
Using a specialized executable as a launcher requires some coding, but providesthe most transparent experience for users. With a customized launcher, there areno obvious indications that the program is running on Python: icons can becustomized, company and version information can be specified, and fileassociations behave properly. In most cases, a custom launcher should simply beable to call Py_Main with a hard-coded command line.
With the latter approach, packages should be installed as directories alongsidethe Python executable to ensure they are available on the path. With thespecialized launcher, packages can be located in other locations as there is anopportunity to specify the search path before launching the application.
The Company is matched on the full string, case-insenitive. The Tag is matchedoneither the full string, or a prefix, provided the next character is a dot or ahyphen. This allows -V:3.1 to match 3.1-32, but not 3.10. Tags aresorted using numerical ordering (3.10 is newer than 3.1), but arecompared using text (-V:3.01 does not match 3.1).
The /usr/bin/env form of shebang line has one further special property.Before looking for installed Python interpreters, this form will search theexecutable PATH for a Python executable matching the name providedas the first argument. This corresponds to the behaviour of the Unix envprogram, which performs a PATH search.If an executable matching the first argument after the env command cannotbe found, but the argument starts with python, it will be handled asdescribed for the other virtual commands.The environment variable PYLAUNCHER_NO_SEARCH_PATH may be set(to any value) to skip this search of PATH.
Any commands not found in the .INI file are treated as Windows executablepaths that are absolute or relative to the directory containing the script file.This is a convenience for Windows-only scripts, such as those generated by aninstaller, since the behavior is not compatible with Unix-style shells.These paths may be quoted, and may include multiple arguments, after which thepath to the script and any additional arguments will be appended.
If no minor version qualifiers are found, the environment variablePY_PYTHONmajor (where major is the current major version qualifieras determined above) can be set to specify the full version. If no such optionis found, the launcher will enumerate the installed Python versions and usethe latest minor release found for the major version, which is likely,although not guaranteed, to be the most recently installed version in thatfamily.
Include a ._pth file alongside your executable containing thedirectories to include. This will ignore paths listed in the registry andenvironment variables, and also ignore site unless import site islisted.
cx_Freeze is a distutilsextension (see Extending Distutils) which wraps Python scripts intoexecutable Windows programs (*.exe files). When you have done this,you can distribute your application without requiring your users to installPython.
The version number has been updated to 3.1.x.y.We now record the minimum supported R version in the registry data in entry "MinRVersion"within the Rtools/X.Y key. Earlier versions of R should use an earlier version of Rtools. This valuemay be less than the minimum listed in the table above. The table is a promise to try to maintaincompatibility; this value is what we actually maintained.We also record the full version number, e.g. 184.108.40.2065, in entry "FullVersion" in the registry.Changes since R 2.15.2The bitmap libraries have been updated to libpng 1.5.13, libtiff 4.0.3 and jpeg-9.The version number has been changed from 2.16.x to 3.0.x, following the R renumbering.Changes since R 2.15.1The bitmap libraries have been updated to jpeg-8d, libpng 1.5.12, and libtiff 4.0.2.The Cygwin tools have been updated to versions current as of July 13, 2012. NB: some of thetools now require you to have a HOME environment variable, listing your homedirectory. One way you can create it in a Windows command shell is by usingset HOME=%USERPROFILE%Rtools 2.15 has been frozen.Changes since R 2.14.1The pre-4.6.3 toolchain has been updated to fix a bug in the sqrt() function.R now uses pre-4.6.3 gcc for all current builds, and that is the only version included in Rtools 2.15.Changes since R 2.14.0The new toolchain based on gcc pre-4.5.4 has been added.Changes since R 2.13.1The Info-zip utilities have been updated: zip.exe is now version 3.0, unzip.exe is version 6.00.Rtools 2.13 has been frozen.Changes since R 2.12.2We have updated all of the tools to current Cygwin versions as of March 25, 2011. We addedthe "du" utility from Cygwin. We have dropped Vanilla Perl.The libjpeg version has been updated to 8c, and libpng has been updated to 1.5.1.Rtools 2.12 has been frozen.We have added the Rtools version number to Rtools.txt and to a new file, VERSION.txt.Changes since R 2.11.1Prior to October 18, 2010, builds of Rtools212.exe did not correctly install the "extras" required to build R. Version 220.127.116.112 or later should fix this.We have now updated all of the tools to current Cygwin versions, and haveupdated the compilers, and included the 64 bit compilers into Rtools. SeeProf. Ripley's pagefor the details. Perl is rarely needed in R since R 2.12.0, so it is by defaultnot installed.Rtools 2.11 has been frozen.Changes since R 2.11.0The 32 bit version of R-devel (to become R 2.12.0 in fall, 2010) will be built with gcc 4.5.x, so Rtools212 contains a completelynew MinGW toolchain based on gcc 4.5.0. Current plans are to continue building R 2.11.x and patches toit with Rtools211, based on gcc 4.2.1.Changes since R 2.10.1Rtools210 was frozen, and Rtools211 has been introduced containing the following changes:
While in full screen mode, you can switch back to window mode by moving the pointer to the top of the screen. The client application menu is displayed, and you can choose View, Leave Full Screen (3.0+ clients) or View, Exit Fullscreen (1.0+ and 2.0+ clients) in the client application menu.
Using full screen mode on only some of the displays in a multiple monitor setup isn't possible. You can, however, press the Windows logo key + Up Arrow or use the maximize button in the upper-right corner of the WorkSpaces window to maximize the WorkSpaces client window on a display without extending the WorkSpace to the other displays.
GCC is portable and run in many operating platforms. GCC (and GNU Toolchain) is currently available on all Unixes. They are also ported to Windows (by Cygwin, MinGW and MinGW-W64). GCC is also a cross-compiler, for producing executables on different platform.
The above command compile the source file into object file and link with other object files and system libraries into executable in one step. You may separate compile and link in two steps as follows:
The linker searches the so-called library-paths for libraries needed to link the program into an executable. The library-path is specified via -Ldir option (uppercase 'L' followed by the directory path) (or environment variable LIBRARY_PATH). In addition, you also have to specify the library name. In Unixes, the library libxxx.a is specified via -lxxx option (lowercase letter 'l', without the prefix "lib" and ".a" extension). In Windows, provide the full name such as -lxxx.lib. The linker needs to know both the directories as well as the library names. Hence, two options need to be specified.
Create the following file named "makefile" (without any file extension), which contains rules to build the executable, and save in the same directory as the source file. Use "tab" to indent the command (NOT spaces).
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