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py2exe with shelve error

Hi, I have ran into a problem with py2exe 0.5.0 and shelve in python
2.3.3. The script works fine standalone, but not with py2exe.

Does anyone have a solution of workaround for this? Thanks much.

# Begin of setup.py
from distutils.core import setup
import py2exe

setup(console=["test.py"])
# End of setup.py

# Begin of test.py
import shelve

f = shelve.open('te st.txt')
f['hello'] = 'world'
f.close()
f = shelve.open('te st.txt')
print f.keys()
print f.values()
# End of test.py

c:\Python>pytho n -V
Python 2.3.3

c:\Python>pytho n test.py
['hello']
['world']

c:\Python>pytho n setup.py py2exe
running py2exe
*** searching for required modules ***
*** parsing results ***
creating python loader for extension '_sre'
creating python loader for extension 'datetime'
*** finding dlls needed ***
*** create binaries ***
*** byte compile python files ***
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\__future__. py to __future__.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\copy_reg.py
to copy_reg.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\sre_compile .py to sre_compile.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\locale.py
to locale.pyc
byte-compiling c:\Python\build \bdist.win32\wi nexe\temp\_sre. py to
_sre.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\unittest.py
to unittest.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\macpath.py
to macpath.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\popen2.py
to popen2.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\stat.py to
stat.pyc
byte-compiling c:\Python\build \bdist.win32\wi nexe\temp\datet ime.py to
datetime.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\atexit.py
to atexit.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\whichdb.py
to whichdb.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\cmd.py to
cmd.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\os2emxpath. py to os2emxpath.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\tempfile.py
to tempfile.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\pprint.py
to pprint.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\_strptime.p y to _strptime.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\sre_constan ts.py to sre_constants.p yc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\re.py to
re.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\ntpath.py
to ntpath.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\tokenize.py
to tokenize.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\getopt.py
to getopt.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\doctest.py
to doctest.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\random.py
to random.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\string.py
to string.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\warnings.py
to warnings.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\UserDict.py
to UserDict.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\inspect.py
to inspect.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\repr.py to
repr.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\traceback.p y to traceback.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\copy.py to
copy.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\bdb.py to
bdb.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\types.py to
types.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\anydbm.py
to anydbm.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\sre.py to
sre.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\pickle.py
to pickle.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\StringIO.py
to StringIO.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\pdb.py to
pdb.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\linecache.p y to linecache.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\token.py to
token.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\dummy_threa d.py to dummy_thread.py c
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\opcode.py
to opcode.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\posixpath.p y to posixpath.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\calendar.py
to calendar.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\shelve.py
to shelve.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program
Files\Python23\ lib\sre_parse.p y to sre_parse.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\os.py to
os.pyc
skipping byte-compilation of C:\Program Files\Python23\ lib\dis.py to
dis.pyc
*** copy extensions ***
*** copy dlls ***
copying C:\Program Files\Python23\ Lib\site-packages\py2exe \run.exe ->
c:\Python\dist\ test.exe

c:\Python>cd dist

c:\Python\dist> test.exe
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "test.py", line 3, in ?
File "shelve.pyc ", line 231, in open
File "shelve.pyc ", line 211, in __init__
File "anydbm.pyc ", line 62, in ?
ImportError: no dbm clone found; tried ['dbhash', 'gdbm', 'dbm',
'dumbdbm']
Exception exceptions.Attr ibuteError: "DbfilenameShel f instance has no
attribute 'writeback'" in ignored
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