Sorry for the confusion and lack of information. I was able to fix my problem when a fellow py2exe user requested more information regarding the problem. I just made a simple mistake, and when questions were proposed, some neurons fired in the brain that allowed me to easily see my mistake. Thanks for the help though.
On 5/7/07, Larry Bates <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Brian Key wrote:
> I am using 'py2exe' to convert multiple *.py files into single *.exe
> files. I bundle all the *.exe files with Inno Setup 5 into a single
> setup.exe file. I am wondering if there is a way for 'py2exe' to
> combine multiple *.py files into just one *.exe file within the
> file. That way when I use Inno Setup 5, only one *.exe file is copied
> to the applications directory rather than multiple *.exes. Any help
> would be appreciated.
How would a user run the resulting .EXE file and what would it do?
If eacy .py file represents a separate program, can't combine multiple
programs into a single .EXE. You could re-factor your individual
.py files so that each of them represented a sub-part of a top-level
program and that way make them into a single .EXE. I think we
need more info before we can help you further.