I don’t, I’m afraid. ^^;
I suppose that I could figure it out–but that seems like a fair bit of additional complication just to get access to a single (albeit very useful) tool.
Hmm… It might be worth a shot.
Ah, thank you, both for poking the BuildBot and for the being willing to do so. It’s tempting to go back to the “deb” builds.
Hmm… I do have a thought. It wouldn’t be a complete solution by any means, and it may well be that I’m missing something, I do confess.
That said, when Panda is installed from a “deb” installer, it includes an executable version of PStats, if I’m not much mistaken. Could that alone be copied from such an installation, and provided for separate download, with the stated caveat that the user would (presumably) require GTK to be installed on their system for it to run?
If not, might it provide a solution in my case? I’m imagining that I download the new “deb” build that you prompted the BuildBot to make, uninstall my “wheel” version, install the “deb” version, copy PStats to a folder somewhere, then uninstall the “deb” version and go back to using “wheel” versions.