specialized_python.exe --path/foo.px (command line)
where foo.px is zipped ctypes-venster program -modules,some
specialized_python.exe could be statically linked against C ctypes,and could
contain ctypes and venster python code (freezed)
(specialized_python.exe could also work as "regular" python.exe and
successfully run ".py" , ".pyc" files)
Now associate ".px" with specialized_python.exe and you have clickable
packed python programs.
To build such specialized_python.exe you would need your own
PyRun_*NotSoSimple*FileExFlags , new Py_Main,
modified Py_Initialize and probably new or modified import engine.
And with proposed addition specialized_python.exe could use existing Python
I'm afraid it wouldn't be possible with Py_InitializeEx, you are proposing.
For one of our clients we created pymozilla.exe to run packed
websites(zipped html,xml,css,images and python "cgi" files)
It's pretty cool. :-)
Current Py_Initialize() is ok for distributed Python framework , but it's
a pain if you'd like to use the language and not necessary each
aspect of the framework.
Why not make Python shared library more usable?