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I apologize, you're correct, our changes were made against an older version
of the source files. We based our adjustments on the changes Joachim made
to the base MemoryModule.c file, but when we began working on it we were
under the (mistaken) impression that the py2exe project didn't have a
current maintainer and we weren't aware of the SVN Repository on
SourceForge. We made all our changes against the source files bundled with
the tarball we'd been installing from, not against the current trunk in
SVN. We're currently working to add the 64-bit support and maintain your
improvements - I'll let you know when I have a more appropriate patch that
will hopefully not require so much effort on your side to merge.
Creating the installers seemed to work correctly - thank you for that.
Thank you for all of your help and feeback!
On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 3:02 PM, Thomas Heller <theller@...> wrote:
> I do not know why you had to recompile Python in order to get py2exe
>> What I ussually do is to 'python setup.py bdist_wininst' in the
>> directory where py2exe's setup.py file lives, using the python version
>> that I want to build for, and after some seconds in a subdirectory
>> called 'dist' I find an installer named after the python version that
>> I built for; for example 'py2exe-0.6.10dev.win32-py2.7.**exe' for a
>> build, or 'py2exe-0.6.10dev.win-amd64-**py2.7.exe' for a 64-bit
> Forgot to say: Of course you must have Python from python.org
> installed, and also the Visual Studio version that it was built with.
From: Thomas Heller <theller@ct...> - 2013-06-22 14:41:47
just for your information: I've been working a little bit on
py2exe bundle-files for 64 bit. I have committed some changes
into the py2exe repository on sf; it is still work in progress
and not yet ready.