> From: Michael SCHINDLER
> Sent: 18 July 2008 16:37
> This can be, but pyx should work nevertheless. We do provide
> a fallback solution for users who do not want to install the
> proper color.cfg. Note that is is a dirty hack which sets the
> default driver to pyx.def, which must exist on all machines.
> This file you have to install on the client machines.
I've just been fiddling with this (trying to get it to work with just
pyx.def first of all). Does the hack that lets you use just pyx.def
have a hard-coded path to it? Putting pyx.def in the same directory as
my py2exe'd executable doesn't work, but putting it in
Since I'm py2exe-ing it so that users don't have to install Python, I'd
rather not have to create a C:\Python25 directory for them!
Is this a problem that could be solved by using the proper color.cfg?
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