Out of curiosity, why not use the RBTools installer we already provide?
The single .exe route will have limitations. I've done a lot of
py2exe/pyinstaller work in the past for other projects, and it's not a
route I'd recommend if you can avoid it, at least for more complex projects.
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On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 11:59 AM, Daniel Kuecker <dan...@kuecker.net> wrote:
> Has anyone been successful building RBTools 0.7.6 into a single-file exe
> for distribution on windows?
> I'm trying to wrap rbt post functionality into an exe file and both py2exe
> and pyinstaller built exes are having issues when pkg_resources tries to
> resolve the rbtools package.
> The exe builds fine, but when I run it, I get a
> the 'rbtools' distribution was not found and is required by the
> application" error.
> I've tried listing rbtools as hidden imports and importing an egg
> (although the egg import was never successful), to no avail.
> Thanks in advance!
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