On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 4:47 PM, Werner F. Bruhin <firstname.lastname@example.org
I changed my application which in the past packaged fine with py2exe,
but now I see a problem that the exe does not shutdown, i.e. in Windows
Task Manager the process is still showing, also all frames/dialogs
(wxPython based GUI) are closed.
This likely means that there is some thread in the application which is still active. Try enumerating all threads in the system with threading.enumerate() after quitting your main-loop, and printing to std-out or a logfile the names of all threads and some properties of them (such as daemon-thread yes/no).
If you're out of luck the thread is not created with the threading module however, but with the ancient thread module or some C library. In that case I don't know how to list all active threads of the application; you'd have to use Win32 specific calls. Perhaps you can attach some sort of debugger?
What might also help is to call sys.exit() after the main-loop has finished.