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finding used modules

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Hi,

I'm developing an application with Delphi+Python. Distributing such an
application requires me to include all the used modules + python23.dll.

At the moment I'm using 'trial-and-error' on a pc without python on it to
see which modules it is missing.

What I'm asking is: Is there any tool/module which can help me in this
process?

Cheers,
Guyon
Jul 18 '05 #1
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On Mon, 29 Mar 2004 10:57:44 +0200, Guyon Morée wrote:
Hi,

I'm developing an application with Delphi+Python. Distributing such an
application requires me to include all the used modules + python23.dll.

At the moment I'm using 'trial-and-error' on a pc without python on it to
see which modules it is missing.

What I'm asking is: Is there any tool/module which can help me in this
process?


Pylint [1] does external dependencies analysis, ie it gives you a list of
imported modules which are not parts of the python standard library.
A quick hack could make it include all imported modules.

[1] http://www.logilab.org/projects/pylint

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