Michael,

since around 5 years I am successfully using InnoSetup.

You can find an example within

sitepackages\py2exe\extending\setup.py

Good:
- example integrated within py2exe basic package
- small installer packages (InnoSetup supports quite good compression)
- InnoSetup = free as in beer

Bad:
- it's not .msi; so some software deployment systems behave stubborn.

Harald

On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 15:06, Michael Hipp <Michael@hipp.com> wrote:
Just looking for suggestions for a good installer to take py2exe output
and turn it into a Windows installer. Suggestions?

Thanks,
Michael

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