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FlashMX and Py2exe doesn't fly...

Flash and Python could be a VERY powerful pair of tools for building
quick apps, Yet I don't see much on the web about it.

I was excited to see that it is possible to make them play together
here:
http://www.klaustrofobik.org/blog/archives/000235.html

Unfortunately, these folks seem to have gotten stuck on compiling the
py files to exe, and since I don't see reference to it anywhere else, I
was wondering if anyone here knew why it didn't work, or if anyone had
ideas about how to make it work.

Normally I would put some test code here, but I'm way out of my league.
Just insanely curious...

Any thoughts???
Thanks,
-J

Jul 19 '05 #1
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Grooooops wrote:
Flash and Python could be a VERY powerful pair of tools for building
quick apps, Yet I don't see much on the web about it.

I was excited to see that it is possible to make them play together
here:
http://www.klaustrofobik.org/blog/archives/000235.html

Unfortunately, these folks seem to have gotten stuck on compiling the
py files to exe, and since I don't see reference to it anywhere else, I
was wondering if anyone here knew why it didn't work, or if anyone had
ideas about how to make it work.


They seem to have fixed it (haven't tried it myself) in a later
discussion:
see http://www.klaustrofobik.org/blog/archives/000236.html

Regards, Myles.

Jul 19 '05 #2
They did it with Gush: (I think)
http://2entwine.com/

It's a py program that embeds Flash.... very nice.

-Jim

On 27 Jun 2005 15:11:11 -0700, Grooooops <JO*****@aol.co m> wrote:
Flash and Python could be a VERY powerful pair of tools for building
quick apps, Yet I don't see much on the web about it.

I was excited to see that it is possible to make them play together
here:
http://www.klaustrofobik.org/blog/archives/000235.html

Unfortunately, these folks seem to have gotten stuck on compiling the
py files to exe, and since I don't see reference to it anywhere else, I
was wondering if anyone here knew why it didn't work, or if anyone had
ideas about how to make it work.

Normally I would put some test code here, but I'm way out of my league.
Just insanely curious...

Any thoughts???


Thanks,
-J

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http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list

Jul 19 '05 #3

[Jim]
They did it with Gush: (I think)
http://2entwine.com/

It's a py program that embeds Flash.... very nice.


Very nice indeed! Does anyone know any details about the technology they
used for this? It appears to be closed source, and I couldn't see anything
on their site about the architecture (other than a list of credits that
includes ctypes, win32all, Macromedia and SciTE|Flash).

--
Richie Hindle
ri****@entrian. com

Jul 19 '05 #4
Wow, that was easy!

Thanks Myles!!!

Jul 19 '05 #5

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