cx_Freeze Python



  • Hello, developers.

    There was some sort of a theme here that mentioned the cx_Freeze library to create Python binaries. Thank you so much to that man.

    However, there are questions:

    1. Is it possible to create a binary for the 32nd battle OS with Python32 for 64bit and, accordingly, cx_Freeze for 64bit?
    2. If you create a binary for the 32nd D.O., what are the odds he'll be working on the 64th?
    3. Can this utilitate put everything in a...exe? Without leaving the original archives alone?

    BTW: OS Windows 7

    Thank you for your help.



  • Maybe not exactly the subject, but... ♪ I asked you the same questions as you. Used to use a py2exe then went over by a RAR to pack a binary. It's working, but it's curvature-- it's required different dlls from the studio. I've read about cx_Freeze, I've tried - I don't like it, I don't remember why maybe my hands aren't for boredom. ♪ ♪ I was rescued by the pyinstaller, my joy wasn't enough, because it all worked. Installation:

    python setup.py install
    python Configure.py
    

    Establishment of specifications

    python Makespec.py --onefile D:\moden\proj_name\src\proj_name.py
    

    Example of a billing battery:

    set home=%cd%
    cd /d "c:\Python26\Lib\site-packages\pyinstaller-1.5.1\"
    python Build.py proj_name\proj_name.spec
    copy swapy-ob\dist\proj_name.exe %home%\proj_name.exe
    cd /d %home%
    
    1. I tried to collect Python 32 on x32, working normally until 32, 64.
    2. 100%
    3. Sure.

    In favour of pyinstaller, I say Suddenly., a project that was not intended to be used on Windows 2000.


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