Werner F. Bruhin wrote :
> le dahut wrote:
>> le dahut wrote :
>>> A WX builded with python 2.5 with a manifest file had a correct XP look.
>>> I've noticed that using a manifest with python 2.6 causes a Runtime
>>> Error. So I disabled it, and after building it also had a XP look.
>>> But, in "setup.py", when I use option :
>>> * "bundle_files": 1
>>> and parameter :
>>> * zipfile = None
>>> My WX app doesn't have the XP look anymore.
>>> Is there something special to do to correct this ?
>>> I use :
>>> * py2exe-0.6.9.win32-py2.6.exe
>>> * python-2.6.4.msi
>>> * pywin32-214.win32-py2.6.exe
>>> * wxPython2.8-win32-unicode-22.214.171.124-py26.exe
>> Somebody has an idea ?
>> Is it an already known bug maybe ?
> Have a look on this wiki page, the sample app/setup.py does have the
> correct look.
> Note that with recent version of wxPython and Py26 you don't need to
> specify a manifest as wxPython does the necessary stuff internally.
> Keep in mind that I never managed to get bundle_files "1" work in this,
> frankly haven't tried very hard as I don't need this at all, always use
> "3" and a zip file and an InnoSetup installer to deploy.
Mark, Werner, thank you for your answers.
I use bundle_file=1 and zipfile=None because with this the application
I've understood that I must avoid the use of a manifest file with
I wish you all an happy end of year/holidays and a new year full of fun.