Nuitka the Python Compiler

Nuitka Blog

  • 05 February - Nuitka Release 2.0

    This is to inform you about the new stable release of Nuitka. It is the extremely compatible Python compiler, “download now”.

  • 30 January - Nuitka this week #15

    This is a weekly update, or at least it’s supposed to be of what’s going on in Nuitka land, for you to learn about ongoing developments and important changes to the project.

  • 24 January - Nuitka Package Configuration Part 3

    This is the third part of a post series under the tag package_config that explains the Nuitka package configuration in more detail. To recap, Nuitka package configuration is the way Nuitka learns about hidden dependencies, needed DLLs, data files, and just generally avoids bloat in the compilation. The details are here on a dedicate page on the web site in Nuitka Package Configuration but reading on will be just fine.

  • 12 January - Nuitka this week #14

    This is a weekly update, or at least it’s supposed to be of what’s going on in Nuitka land, for you to learn about ongoing developments and important changes to the project.

  • 17 December - Nuitka Release 1.9

    This is to inform you about the new stable release of Nuitka. It is the extremely compatible Python compiler, “download now”.

What is Nuitka

Nuitka is the optimizing Python compiler written in Python that creates executables that run without an need for a separate installer. Data files can both be included or put alongside.

It is easy to use and just works. It is fully compatible with Python2 (2.6, 2.7) and Python3 (3.4 - 3.11), works on Windows, macOS, Linux and more, basically where Python works for you already.

Nuitka Standard

The standard edition bundles your code, dependencies and data into a single executable if you want. It also does acceleration, just running faster in the same environment, and can produce extension modules as well. It is freely distributed under the Apache license.

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Nuitka Commercial

The commercial edition additionally protects your code, data and outputs, so that users of the executable cannot access these. This a private repository of plugins that you pay to get access to. Additionally, you can purchase priority support.

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