hi . i want to give my python script to others but i don't want them to be able read code , or some how compile them. is that possible? or license it?

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11-21-2016 11:03 PM
MohammadBabaei1
New Contributor II

hi . i want to give my python script to others but i don't want them to be able read code , or some how compile them. is that possible? or license it?

is that possible to make it like rule pack?

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DanPatterson_Retired
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license it is the preferable way to preserve your copyright, or you can try distributing it as a package with only your pyd files.  The first option is the best given anything can be disassembled,

MohammadBabaei1
New Contributor II

tanx 

can u give me reference please ?

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DanPatterson_Retired
MVP Esteemed Contributor

The various incarnations of python scripts and how they arise can be summarized here

What do the python file extensions, .pyc .pyd .pyo stand for? - Stack Overflow 

some discussions

licensing - How do I protect Python code? - Stack Overflow 

for 2.7 Python on Windows FAQ — Python 2.7.12 documentation 

Do be aware that for every encryption program there is an even better one to decrypt, so preserve your intellectual rights with other means.

MohammadBabaei1
New Contributor II

tanx so much for help

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