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-== Rationale ==
-Sometimes I make games in Python using PyGame. Sometimes I want people who run Windows to be able to play them without them having to install Python and PyGame on their computers. To achieve that, I usually borrow a computer that is running Windows, install Python, PyGame and Py2Exe on it, and do some magic and a lot of swearing to produce a self-contained executable file with my game. This is getting tedious.
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-So this time, instead of making a self-contained executable with a game in it, I made a self-contained executable with just Python, PyGame and a simple script that will run whatever you pass it on the command line. That's the whole idea. I hope, that I won't need to compile my games with Py2Exe anymore.
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-== Usage ==
-You just download the {{{pyg.exe}}} file that I have build, put it in a directory with your game, and add a {{{start.bat}}} file that contains something like this:
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-{{{
-pyg.exe my_awesome_game.py
-}}}
+== Rationale ==
+Sometimes I make games in Python using PyGame. Sometimes I want people who run Windows to be able to play them without them having to install Python and PyGame on their computers. To achieve that, I usually borrow a computer that is running Windows, install Python, PyGame and Py2Exe on it, and do some magic and a lot of swearing to produce a self-contained executable file with my game. This is getting tedious.
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+So this time, instead of making a self-contained executable with a game in it, I made a self-contained executable with just Python, PyGame and a simple script that will run whatever you pass it on the command line. That's the whole idea. I hope, that I won't need to compile my games with Py2Exe anymore.
+
+== Usage ==
+You just download the {{{pyg.exe}}} file that I have build, put it in a directory with your game, and add a {{{start.bat}}} file that contains something like this:
+
+{{{
+pyg.exe my_awesome_game.py
+}}}