This is a Python package to hold the Windows executables used to make a Python script runnable as a command on Windows.
To use one of these executables, make a copy of it called e.g.
place a Python script next to it called
foo-script.py. If the script
starts with a shebang (
#!C:\path\to\python.exe), that will be launched. If
not, it assumes that
python.exe is on
The Python package exposes one function,
from win_cli_launchers import find_exe # Get the path to one of the executables find_exe(arch='x86') find_exe(arch='x64')
These exes are part of setuptools; this package exists just to provide them without requiring the rest of setuptools. They are released under the same MIT license as setuptools.