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Compiling python code for an HDA node?

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I have been writing some code for a digital asset for the last week or so, and I am just about done with it.  The the biggest problem I am looking at now is that the final step needs SciPy to finish efficiently and it is already using Numpy.  I know that if I uses these libraries, I will have to have them installed on any system that I run the node on, which is not good for distribution.  Is there any convention to deal with this already in place?  I know that I should be able to compile the code and it should be able to run independently of any software or libraries installed on a system, but I have never done this for Python code in general, let alone for Houdini in particular.  

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