List of Python compilers

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  • ragaz

    Discontinued Ragaz aims be a fast, safe and powerful language with syntax closest to default python which allow you to create from simple scripts to complex systems in a code easier to read, write and maintain than other system languages with the same purpose (C/C++, Rust, etc).

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  • PyOxidizer

    A modern Python application packaging and distribution tool

    Thank you, although this is not exactly on topic. I'd not heard of PyOxidizer, but it appears to have the same goal as PyInstaller, py2exe, and cx_Freeze -- as the PyOxidizer readme says, it produces

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