Am 15.09.2016 um 19:57 schrieb Gianluca Storti:
> How can I force PyInstaller to leave out that dependency?

You need to *not* make this file a module, but handle it like a data
file. If you really want to handle it like a module, you'll need to use
--exclude-module and implement your own import mechanism - which in the
end will be the same as handling it as a data-file :-)


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