I am trying to make my generated executable work, but
I have a problem. I use the latest pyOpenGL, with
Python 2.3 and use py2exe 0.5.
I use the --excludes=OpenGL flag when running the
script (following the advice found at pyopengl doc
page and copy the installed OpenGL package directly in
the distribution folder (/dist). But still the
application does not find it ("ImportError: No module
At the project-page of pyOpenGL they have a "sample"
for using py2exe with pyOpenGL. I have downloaded it,
tried to rebuild the executables with their setups
(but my py2exe of course) and failed in the same way
:"ImportError: No module named OpenGL.GL"
Also, regarding the examples provided by the pyopengl
developers, I could not make it work when recompiling.
Could it be a problem with the library.zip generated
by py2exe ? In the given examples (made probably -my
opinion- with another version of py2exe there is no
library.zip). And it seems that my exe is looking for
the resources there, not directly in the current
folder. But as I can see, the zip is generated by
py2exe with zlib and I would have to rebuild the
archive again with zlib (including the OpenGL package)
to make it work. I'll try this, eventually, but hope
to find an easier way
On the other hand, I found on this mail list the
workaround proposed by John F Meinel, I used it in 2
-with --excludes=OpenGL and then copy the package in
-without the --excludes
The situation is the same in both variants, my
application starts but the glCanvas is not displayed,
no error message is given though.
What should I do ??
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