> I'm not a Windows user, so I can't give detailed 
> step-by-step "mouse over this menu, click this 
> button" instructions, but you need to open a  
> command line terminal. (command.com or cmd.exe, 

I'm not *quite* that at sea!  :D  Close, but I am
used to using the command line in Windows. 

> Now type 

>     nuitka --recurse-all something_or_other.py
> and hit Enter. What happens?

I did that and the message is:

   'nuitka' is not recognized as an internal 
   or external command, operable program or batch file.

which makes sense because some kind of file called 
nuitka is not in my path. What I wasn't sure of is how 
to add it, because I looked in the nuitka folder in 
Python27/Lib/site-packages and there was no file 
called nuitka.py or nuitka.exe within that folder, 
and there were a lot of subfolders but I just didn't 
know what I should do.  

I have used Linux but not in a while and I can't recall
how installing it is different in terms of the OS 
knowing what "nuitka" means in the command line.
(I installed nuitka for Windows via an installer).

Even once I do this, nuitka won't work until I get
MingGW on here, too, but one step at a time.  I'd like
to get it to at least fail at that point first.

But Rustom Mody's comment suggests this may turn out
to be more work than I am willing to do right now...?

> (Don't be discouraged if there are a bunch of errors.)
> -- 
> Steven


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