yes , i got that !
i have a few problems like that .
sometime GError from pygobject is missing or some other modules .
also when i call amir in my project it should include all other amir.* but it doesn't!
why ? i don't know yet

so i'll try to use packages and get back as soon

On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 9:29 PM, Michael Hipp <Michael@hipp.com> wrote:
On 8/31/2010 10:43 AM, Werner F. Bruhin wrote:
> Michael,
>
> On 31/08/2010 16:37, Michael Hipp wrote:
>> Let's keep replies on list.
>>
>> Here's a snippet from my current project - only the most relevant parts to show
>> usage of packages.
>>
>>
>> packages = [
>>        'pubsub', 'wx', 'wx.lib', 'wx._core_', 'configobj',
> why would you do 'wx' and 'wx.lib' and 'wx._core_?
>
> I never saw an issue (which doesn't mean much:) ) that wx did not get
> found by py2exe.  The first "wx" would/should be enough to include
> "wx.lib" as it is a sub-package of wx.
>
> "wx._core_" is a .pyd, why would this be in packages?

Good questions.

I saw wx and wx.lib in one of the examples on py2exe or wxpython website, don't
remember which. So I put them in and there they sit.

When I tried my app on a clean w2k box it said wx._core_ was missing so I put
it in and never took it out. Turned out that problem was lack of gdiplus.dll
but it took a fair bit of work with DependencyWalker to learn that.

In other words: cruft and sloppiness.

But I'll comment them out and try it again sometime soon.

Michael

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