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What is the jar equivalent in Python?

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Hi,
I want our customers to install the app.
What is the jar equivalent in Python? Do you use zip?
Can you sign the zip files with a certificate like jar files?

Thanks
Jamie
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Hi Honor

1. I want to install the python package outside of site-packages.
2. sign the file so it is not tampered with.
3. handle install, uninstall, upgrades.

Does python have an archive file that can handle this like jars in Java?

Thanks
Jamie
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hm.  I don't know.

If your target is for a Windows system, I would consider looking at using the py2exe module.
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Yah, i think packaging as an executable will work.
cx_Freeze for cross platform too
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Thanks for the grade & points.

Good luck & have a super day.
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