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Freeze doesn't import all modules . . .

Is there any way to FORCE freeze to import all necessary modules no
matter what? I have noticed that a few 3rd party modules simply
don't get included in a "compiled" bundle. More specifically,
"PEXPECT", and some of the required "AMARA" xml modules aren't
included when you freeze a python script. I've checked this out on
both Ubuntu 5.10 systems and Mac OS X systems. Whenever I run the
compiled version on one of my "matching" systems, it simply tells me
that "there is no module pexpect" or that "there is no module dom".
To my knowledge, I shouldn't have to have *anything* installed on the
receiving system. Is that not correct?

Regards,
Michael
Dec 9 '05 #1
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