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nsis and command-line argument

Hi,

is there a standart way to prepare a single exe with nsis that pass the
command line to an exe created by py2exe on windows?

py2exe allows to prepare an exe that get the command-line but needs
some lib file so that it is not so elegant to ditribute. I tried a
simple setup.nsis script to prepare a single file exe with works fine
except that it does get the command-line.

Is there a way do get the command line with the setup.nsis script?
or any other simple method ?

Jan 18 '07 #1
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manouchk wrote:
Hi,

is there a standart way to prepare a single exe with nsis that pass the
command line to an exe created by py2exe on windows?

py2exe allows to prepare an exe that get the command-line but needs
some lib file so that it is not so elegant to ditribute. I tried a
simple setup.nsis script to prepare a single file exe with works fine
except that it does get the command-line.

Is there a way do get the command line with the setup.nsis script?
or any other simple method ?
Answering myself, well with NSIS it is not supported as written there :
http://www.py2exe.org/index.cgi/SingleFileExecutable

I'm looking for the py2exe option that allows that, I guess it could be
--bundle 1. It does not seem to be documented but I will try that.

Jan 19 '07 #2

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