Thank you for the reply. I am not a windows guy so this is new to me. When
i do some searching for MS CRT is come across a few dll & lib files like
msvcrt.lib & msvcrt.dll & msvc71.dll are these the files you speak of?
Doing a search on my admin restricted computer with ActivePython installed i
can not find what CRT ActivePython may have installed so I am unsure which
one to include if any so I can uninstall ActivePython and run my exe. Do
you know off hand which file it installs?
If i Need one of these files I assume I can include them in the setup.py and
bundle it into the exe?
In regards to the manifest file, I am unfamilar with them so I need to do
some research and report back.
THank you for the help
On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 5:48 PM, Mark Hammond <skippy.hammond@...:
> On 3/01/2009 2:54 AM, JReed wrote:
>> I wrote a simple script and used py2exe to make a single file exe on my
>> WIndows XP laptop running ActivePython2.6. I then uninstalled python and
>> anything related, tested the script and it still runs fine. When I try
>> it on another computer without admin rights and without python
>> installed, it get an error message "This application has failed to start
>> because the application configuration is incorrect". If I install
>> ActivePython 2.6 it works fine, uninstall and I get this error. Is there
>> anyway to see what files this depends on that I may not have access to
>> ont he restricted account machine?
> It sounds to me like you aren't distributing the MS C Runtime assembly with
> your application. Installing ActivePython will have installed that assembly
> globally, allowing it to work without the assembly next to your executable.
> For more info, see almost every other mail to this mailing list in the last
> 2 months or so :)