[pygtk] anyone using pygtk for windows?
nephish at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 00:12:01 WST 2007
one of the modules i need to package with this ( however i manage to do it )
is the mysql module.
On my ubuntu linux box, this is part of the distrobution ( i use apt-get
install libpython-mysql or something like that )
but i am not sure about how to go about it for this windows app. i have 6
files that make up this application. One main admin.py script that imports
the other 5 ( plus the glade file ). Will pyInstaller be able to create
something that is easy for a windows user with all this stuff ?
thanks for everyones help.
On 1/31/07, Marco Bonifazi <marcobonifazi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, I'm doing this, and it works. It can be a bit tricky
> > tracking down a binary installer for gtk and getting paths,
> > etc. set up right.
> > The best thing would be to use py2exe to bundle it all up
> > into a single package for distribution. That ought to be
> > possible in theory, although I haven't made a serious
> > attempt to do it myself yet.
> I use PyInstaller and it is very good for Windows, no problem to create a
> binary distribution of my code
> Marco Bonifazi
> pygtk mailing list pygtk at daa.com.au
> Read the PyGTK FAQ: http://www.async.com.br/faq/pygtk/
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