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Shit. could u give me an short introduction what to do or a link where i can read what to do? 2014-03-31T07:16:22+00:00 Thomas Kluyver When a release is made, installer packages are Being that my programming background is in MATLAB, I thought I'd migrate over to something a little more widely used (and free). At least with C or C++ you can easily make something that will run on someone else's computer that's running the same system as you. weblink
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The fact that it's damn near impossible to distribute python programs to either 1. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up can't find module 'cx_Freeze__init__' up vote 5 down vote favorite 2 I'm trying to convert my Python project to a standalone executable, permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Kaarjuus 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(5 children)Can you be more specific as to how they fail? The fix suggested by @Ecno92 works for python 3.3, but it has a side effect: let me illustrate the problem setup.py from distutils.core import setup from esky.bdist_esky import Executable import os
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Already have an account? Homework-style questions will be removed, and you'll be encouraged to post there instead. But I can assure you that they all fail (for various reasons) to be reliable. Ecno92 commented Jan 27, 2015 This error should be fixed: bb64826 Are you still experiencing problems?
Sorry for the noise. I got VisualStudio Express 2013 Version 12. You'll need to manually pack your dependencies along with the dlls and send them again. I need to share my application, how do it?
You signed out in another tab or window. I'd rather not do that because Python is so much better (I think) generally to work with. I'll concede that these tools can be difficult to work with, but they do work very well. Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox.
don't have python and run a different OS to you, or even the worst one 3. have a peek at these guys This helped me last time to create the fix for Python 3.3 compatibility. Could you maybe fall back to Python 3.3 to see if that works? Whereas on Python if you want to send something you either need to package it into a .exe (that generally doesn't work I've found), or you have to give them a
Python is heavily used on web servers, in scientific computing, and system scripting - all cases where you control the environment and don't need to ship exes to users. What I'm saying that it doesn't fit with Python's philosophy. After looking at the issues, I think that my problem is more related to #67, I'll follow that thread too. http://bashprofile.net/fatal-python/fatal-python-error-deallocating-none-urlgrabber.html Have you ever tried to package or cross-compile a complex GUI app written in C/C++?
Are there any suggested workarounds? The browser you are currently using - is it not a platform-specific compiled binary? So I can't comment on the specifics but I've not had any problems running anything he's sent me.
I wrote a game with C and a couple with Python, and it's exactly the same thing (C is slightly worse, as I have to "compile" instead of "package").
AustinMatherne commented Jan 22, 2013 The bootstrap issue persists even when running the latest 0.9.8 dev build. doctest imported from heapq ? Does the recent news of "ten times more galaxies" imply that there is correspondingly less dark matter? Now you have all sorts of compiler and cross-compiler version conflicts to worry about.
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Secondly, you can only compile for the platform you're writing on. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]takluyverIPython, Py3, etc 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(0 children)I'm involved in developing cx_Freeze, and it really doesn't work terribly well, compared to the tools for distributing applications built with C++ I feel the way you do about Python for Java. If you want to ship to normal customers then you'll have a lot of work to do, in whatever language.
The package can be downloaded from Downloads - proxystrike - Active web application proxy - Google Project Hosting I am getting the following error when running it : Code: zipimport.ZipImportError: can't I have used cx_Freeze to package complex GUI apps on Windows, Linux, and OSX, all from one packaging script. Has anybody gotten this deep into trying to create external applications with Python 3.4 and cx_Freeze? You do have to package on the platform you're targeting, but that's because cross-targeting is a very complex problem, especially when you have multiple binary dependencies involved.
extracted_archive/ ├── cacert.pem ├── fcntl.cpython-33m.so ├── libpython3.3m.so.1.0 ├── poliBeePsync-0.3.1a0.linux-x86_64 │ ├── cacert.pem │ ├── esky-files │ │ ├── bootstrap-manifest.txt │ │ └── lockfile.txt OTHER STUFF... │ ├── qtgui # => let's have python but haven't installed the third party dependencies your program needs (not everyone can install them and it's apparently not possible to package up any dependencies to distribute) This, at To be honest, it's still a toy language. It's even the top comment here http://www.reddit.com/r/Python/comments/21ftfn/what_are_the_biggest_problems_facing_python/.
permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]reidrac 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago*(2 children)Well, excluding Java and perhaps C# (with Mono runtime), which any other language has that kind of cross-packaging support you're asking for here? If I copy cacert.pem to the main directory, like this... Edit: Tried: VS100COMNTOOLS="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\" VS110COMNTOOLS="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\" VS120COMNTOOLS="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\" VS90COMNTOOLS="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\" but no luck for me. Logical fallacy: X is bad, Y is worse, thus X is not bad The mortgage company is trying to force us to make repairs after an insurance claim Books for chess
EDIT: clarified, I used "cross-compiling" and that's not the same. Python jobs Pythonjobs.Github.io Python.org job board Newsletters Pycoder's Weekly Python Weekly ImportPython PythonTips Screencasts Neckbeard Republic Zero to Hero with Python! Not the answer you're looking for? Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 34 Star 318 Fork 70 cloudmatrix/esky Code Issues 31 Pull requests 4 Projects