Re: I want to run a program call urlwatch. which is a python program, is it accessible on Windows?
tar.gz is indeed very commonly used on Linux machines, however it's far fromtoggle quoted message Show quoted text
"for Linux only".
The Windows archiving program 7-Zip for example, can quite happily deal with
this format of archive, and if the content is a Python program, it can be run
on any machine with a Python interpreter - it won't be specific to Linux,
Windows, OS X, or anything else.
I have no information on whether the program URLwatch itself is accessible
once you're able to run it, though.
On Friday 29 April 2016 at 15:57:30, Brandon Cross wrote:
Well, never heard of tar.gc, but if it refers to tar.gz, that is a
You can tell that the day just isn't going right when you find yourself using
the telephone before the toilet.
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