I use py2exe 0.6.2 on a Python 2.4 program (running on
Windows XP Pro SP2 with the latest winall) that imports
(Mark Pilgrim's) feedparser. feedparser can optionally
import and use mxTidy. Though the option to import and
use mxTidy is disabled (after, effectively, "if 0:"),
evidently py2exe still sees the import and includes
mxTidy code in my resulting py2exe project.
If I enter "python setup.py py2exe -q", py2exe
completes normally; however, if instead I use "python
setup.py py2exe -q -b2", py2exe fails with an error
about mxTidy.pyd -- though there is a message
immediately before about copying that file.
I commented out all lines dealing with mxTidy in
feedparser.py (including especially the import) and -b2
and -b1 now work fine.
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