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pyHook and py2exe

hi every one.
I have program which uses this pyHook lib, and when I try to compile
it using py2exe the pyhook don't work. it gives me no error. the
program works fine beside the function of this lib.
why does it append ?

is their any solution?
I would be glad to know if anyone ever experienced this problem and if
he solve it eventually
thanks
Jun 27 '08 #1
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On Sunday 22 June 2008 10:40, Gandalf wrote:
hi every one.
I have program which uses this pyHook lib, and when
I try to compile it using py2exe the pyhook don't
work. it gives me no error. the program works fine
beside the function of this lib. why does it append
?

is their any solution?
I would be glad to know if anyone ever experienced
this problem and if he solve it eventually

I forwarded your question but you may want to ask again
at the link below.

py**********@li sts.sourceforge .net

jim-on-linux
http:\\inqvista .com

thanks
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