[repost, for strange reasons my post was rejected...]
Paul Sijben schrieb:
> > unfortunately I have only on python26.dll on the system :-(
I cannot believe that.
> > but could a try: around import stackless be the culprit?
No. The import would probably fail if the builtin stackless module
is not available.
You should do this:
- Completely remove the build and dist subdirectories that previous attempts to build
with py2exe have created. This step is recommended from time to time, especially
if you have problems with the 'compiled executables' from py2exe, and also
if you have made some changes to your system os to the scripts you want to compile
- Search you complete system for 'python26.dll'. Potential directories are:
c:\python26 (or whereever you installed Python) and all subdirectories of this,
the Windows\system32 directory. Make sure you have only one copy of python26.dll,
and that it is the stackless version.
Some minutes ago I installed stackless 2.6.1 on my system from the zipfile, pre
the recommended approach (unzip into the Python installation directory), created
a very simple python script that does nothing than 'import stackless; print stackless',
wrote a trivial setup script, ran py2exe, and the resulting exe works fine.