Hi, i'm having quite a problem with my Internet Explorer Button script. As i was trying to rush things up i took the pywin32 CVS example and added some functions.
It runs pretty well on the interpreter but when i compile as a com_server or a console on py2exe it just dont work.
I debugged(with microsoft debbuging tool) the IEXPLORE.EXE process when using the script and it showed calling all the necessary modules to run it like python interpreter but when i try the compiled version, nothing happens, no modules and exceptions.

Please help me, the button works so well before being "compiled"... :)

[code]

import time
import sys

if len(sys.argv) == 1:
    sys.argv.append("py2exe")
# ModuleFinder can't handle runtime changes to __path__, but win32com uses them

try:
    # if this doesn't work, try import modulefinder
    import py2exe.mf as modulefinder
    import win32com
    import pythoncom
    for p in win32com.__path__[1:]:
        modulefinder.AddPackagePath ("win32com", p)
    modulefinder.AddPackagePath("pythoncom", p)
    for extra in ["win32com.axcontrol"]: #,"win32com.mapi"
        __import__(extra)
        m = sys.modules [extra]
        for p in m.__path__[1:]:
            modulefinder.AddPackagePath(extra, p)
except ImportError:
    # no build path setup, no worries.
    print "no build path setup, no worries."
    pass

from distutils.core import setup
import py2exe

# Don't pull in all this MFC stuff used by the makepy UI.
py2exe_options = dict(excludes="pywin,pywin.dialogs,pywin.dialogs.list,win32ui")

setup(name="win32com 'interp' sample",
      com_server=["iebutton"],
      options = dict(py2exe=py2exe_options)
)