I've been guilty of this lately. Following my inner Tom Hanks
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M8szlSa-8o>, I am recommitting to getting
pyinstaller working for 5.7.
The main ideas:
1. Install an alternative 32-bit version of Anaconda. If necessary, it will
use Qt 4 rather than 5. Call this the *portable version* of Anaconda.
The portable version will contain pyenchant. Users will to continue to have
access to the superior pyenchant dictionary. In particular, this avoids
having to unpack other dictionaries. The portable version will have *no*
conda environments. This should allow pyinstaller to run. We'll see.
2. Following Terry's suggestion, I'll create scripts that alter the path to
choose between portable and my *development* *version *of Anaconda. This is
an important new pattern. It should allow me to continue to use a single
copy of my batch files, regardless of environment chosen.
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