I am running 32-bit python 3.3 on 64-bit Windows 7.
I figured out how to used cx_freeze on my test-application. Now am
trying to get cx_freeze to work on my 'real' application.
My application does run. The first couple of times I tried cx_freeze,
it complained because it couldn't find some scipy packages. I added
scipy.stats and scipy.special to the package list.
Now cx_freeze complains about _ufuncs. The last couple of lines in
the error-window are:
File "C:\Python\32-bit\3.3\lib\importlib\_bootstrap.py", line 1525, in
File "ExtensionLoader_scipy_special_ufuncs.py", line 11, in <modle>
ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.
The problem seems to propagate from scipy.stats.norm.
I added scipy.special._ufuncs to the package-list.
scipy.special._ufuncs.pyd and scipy.special._ufuncs_cxx.pyd are getting
copied to the \build\exe.win32-3.3 directory. All _ufuncs seems to do
is import some numpy-functions - so I have added numpy to the
package-list. Eleven numpy pyd-files are in \build\exe.win32-3.3
I have run out of tricks to try. Somebody must have run into some
similar problems before. Any hints or suggestions?
On 11 July 2013 19:15, Hajas, Wayne <Wayne.Hajas@...> wrote:
> ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.
Sources online suggest that the DLL that is getting copied might be trying
to load another DLL. You could try examining it with
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