> It seems that you're talking Windows in this case. ;-)

> Frankly, it is a very bad thing when applications include a script language
> engine in their distribution that then is installed somewhere in a non-
> standard place on the platform.

But what is the "standard" place for Python on Windows? And are you
sure that some version of OpenOffice.org for instance even would work
with whatever Python version the python.org people currently consider
"standard"?

On systems with package management and svendor package repositories
that *do* offer standard packages of everything imagineable in the
FLOSS worls, the situation is quite different of course.

--tml
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