I thought I heard that py2exe was able to do this, but I never figured it out. Has anyone successfully done this? Can I see your setup.py file, and what command line options you used?
Trying to call a python script on Vba and I am a newb. I tried converting the main script to an exe using py2exe and then calling it from VBA (shell) but the main script calls other scripts therefore it becomes complicated and I messed it up (my exe is not functional). Besides, the the main script is a large file and I do not want to revise it a lot.
I have a Python script that I’d like to compile into a Windows executable. Now,
py2exe works fine from Windows, but I’d like to be able to run this from Linux. I do have Windows on my development machine, but Linux is my primary dev platform and I’m getting kind of sick of rebooting into Windows just to create the
.exe. Nor do I want to have to buy a second Windows license to run in a virtual machine such as VirtualBox. Any ideas?
Is it possible to programaticly run compiled Python (comiled via py2exe) as administrator in Vista?
I am using python 2.6 on XP. I have just installed py2exe, and I can successfully create a simple hello.exe from a hello.py. However, when I try using py2exe on my real program, py2exe produces a few information messages but fails to generate anything in the dist folder.