small update: Numpy didn't seem to be included completely.
I copied the complete Numpy directory from Lib/site-packages to my
dist dir and now it gets further.
Still some other problems, but they are not Py2Exe related I think.
On Fri, Dec 5, 2008 at 11:22 AM, Chris Van Bael
> Hi all,
> I'm the Windows maintainer for Schoolsplay (www.schoolsplay.org)
> We are already using GTK in our program for a while.
> However recently my co-developer starting using Pango for font shaping
> to support RTL languages.
> For that he also had to take in OcempGui (we also use PyGame) into our
> own application package.
> And Numpy is also added.
> Since then my py2exe script doesn't work anymore.
> I've adapted my setup.py script (I think) for all the changes, but I
> still get the following message box:
> Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime library
> Runtime Error!
> Program: C:\Childsplay_sp\dist\Childsplay_sp.exe
> And that's all I get.
> So I'm confused: it could be Pango, the taking in of OcempGui, Numpy,
> or maybe even some small change somewhere else!
> All files that I expect are in my dist directory.
> Even some extra directories that I didn't have before: compiler,
> curses, setuptools, tcl.
> How can I tackle this problem?
> Do need to download a C++debugger to find the cause? (if so, which debugger?)
> Other ways?
> I'm using:
> Python 2.4.4, SQLAlchemy 0.4, GTK 2.10.11 runtime environment, PyCairo
> 1.2, PyGObject 2.12, PyGTK 2.10, Numpy 1.2.1, PyGame 1.7.1, Numeric
> 24.2 and Py2Exe 0.6.6
> Thanks for the help.