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@@ -33,14 +33,15 @@ There is plenty more that could be done to make the attacker's work even
harder. But it would require compiling a C extension or, even better,
compiling a custom python interpreter. If you think you'd like to go down that
road, I provide distributing-pyton-apps consulting and for a modest fee
-I'll be happy to (a) talk you out of it, or (b) implement something for you.
+I'll be happy to (a) talk you out of it, or failing that, (b) implement a
+custom solution for you.
Sounds awesome, how do I use it?
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If you're just using py2exe, py2app or cxfreeze in their basic form, you
-can just call the "mangler" script with the path to your frozen app:
+can call the "mangler" script with the path to your frozen app:
mangler /path/to/frozen/application
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5 mangler/__init__.py
@@ -33,14 +33,15 @@
harder. But it would require compiling a C extension or, even better,
compiling a custom python interpreter. If you think you'd like to go down that
road, I provide distributing-pyton-apps consulting and for a modest fee
-I'll be happy to (a) talk you out of it, or (b) implement something for you.
+I'll be happy to (a) talk you out of it, or failing that, (b) implement a
+custom solution for you.
Sounds awesome, how do I use it?
--------------------------------
If you're just using py2exe, py2app or cxfreeze in their basic form, you
-can just call the "mangler" script with the path to your frozen app:
+can call the "mangler" script with the path to your frozen app:
mangler /path/to/frozen/application

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