Hi Jean,

this is a problem I had to face a few months ago. What I do is basically include the imageformats folder of my qt installation that contains qjpeg4.dll plus others. I have found that if i just copy the single dll's to the folder that py2exe has created, it won't work.

Probably there are better solutions.

Markos Gogoulos

On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 11:09 AM, Jean-Philippe Meunier <carbonimax@gmail.com> wrote:

I have a problem with py2exe and Qt plugin:
I make a program with a QtWebKit view.
If I launch the .py directly, all images (jpg, png) are displayed but
if I compile it with py2exe I have only png images. No jpg !

I found the jpeg support is implemented as a Qt plugin, qjpeg4.dll.

How can I include it in my .exe ?

Epitech 2010

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