Re: [PyInstaller] Missing Attribute (Really annoying)

2019-08-14 Thread ronin
Hi, Sorry for late response. In my case, missing attribute is also a problem about imports. Library is imported but its submodules are not present. The easiest solution is, if there is any missing attributes in library it needs to be specified like hidden import. (pysunspec library had this

[PyInstaller] Re: Missing Attribute (Really annoying)

2019-08-14 Thread ronin
Hi, Did you solve problem or you have the same problem. Every library that contains missing attribute needs to be specified as hidden import, there is no limitation. If you are facing with the same problem i can help. Also there is some other libraries that can solve your problem like

[PyInstaller] dist .exe does not seem to be self-contained, only runs in original location

2019-08-14 Thread Ken Sullivan
I'm running into a runtime error when trying to run the pyinstaller generated executable on another machine, or the same machine but dist directory has moved, or even just called from a lower subdirectory, e.g. D:\> base-folder\project\dist\main\main.exe instead of

[PyInstaller] dist .exe does not seem to be self-contained, only runs in original location

2019-08-14 Thread Ken Sullivan
I'm running into a runtime error when trying to run the pyinstaller generated executable on another machine, or the same machine but dist directory has moved, or even just called from a lower subdirectory, e.g. *D:\>*base-folder\project\dist\main\main.exe instead of