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I am trying to turn my application into a WinXP exe. Py2exe has packaged
all my files up into one humongous executable. When trying to run the
app, it complains that it can not find modules I just saw it include.
These invariably are modules that have been imported using
from <modulenameimpo rt *
Apparently this confuses py2exe. Well I tried unconfusing it by giving
those modules as imports in the first place!

How can I convince the py2exe-generated app to look for those modules in
its own .exe file???

Paul
Aug 4 '08 #1
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Paul Sijben wrote:
I am trying to turn my application into a WinXP exe. Py2exe has packaged
all my files up into one humongous executable. When trying to run the
app, it complains that it can not find modules I just saw it include.
These invariably are modules that have been imported using
from <modulenameimpo rt *
Apparently this confuses py2exe. Well I tried unconfusing it by giving
those modules as imports in the first place!

How can I convince the py2exe-generated app to look for those modules in
its own .exe file???

Paul
Don't try to bundle everything into a single .EXE (this is fraught with
"issues"). Drop back to bundle=1 or bundle=2 and it should work for you.

-Larry
Aug 4 '08 #2

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