On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 1:18 PM, Massa, Harald Armin <chef@ghum.de> wrote:
Just put the needed libraries into the directory of the py2exed application. With mscvr-Versions >=8 you also need to put the .manifest files along.

Please consult with your Microsoft Licence consultant to make sure you are licenced to do that.

†††††††††††††† That's the reason Iímasking if itís possible to do it the way I describe: I think I am not licensed to do what you describe.


best wishes,


On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 21:59, David Goldsmith <d.l.goldsmith@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi!† My need for py2exe isn't for distribution, it's for running my Python app on a remote Windows box that doesn't, and probably will not, have Python.† It has no Windows directory (that Iím able/allowed to see), and so I donít know how I would go about installing the MSVC runtime dll, etc., thereon.† Is there some way to tell, e.g., via the setup.py file, my app that it should look on my local drive (i.e., over the network) for the libraries it requires?† Thanks!


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