Tkinter/py2exe with installer


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Kevin Walzer

Can anyone point me in the direction of a Tkinter/Python app that has
been wrapped with py2exe and is deployed on Windows as a standalone
using one of the standard installer tools? (MSI, NSIS, Inno Setup, etc.)
I'm working on a Tkinter app for Windows and have had a surprisingly
hard time finding such apps to use as examples/benchmarks, etc. (The
only one I've found, in fact, is Webgobbler at
http://sebsauvage.net/python/webgobbler/index.html; a nice app, but I'd
like more examples.)
 
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John Posner

Can anyone point me in the direction of a Tkinter/Python app that has
been wrapped with py2exe and is deployed on Windows as a standalone
using one of the standard installer tools? (MSI, NSIS, Inno Setup,
etc.) I'm working on a Tkinter app for Windows and have had a
surprisingly hard time finding such apps to use as
examples/benchmarks, etc. (The only one I've found, in fact, is
Webgobbler at http://sebsauvage.net/python/webgobbler/index.html; a
nice app, but I'd like more examples.)
I used Inno Setup 5.4.0(a) to create the "ClixTur" executable at
http://www.jjposner.net/5273.html

Inno Setup gives the executable an execrable name (looks like a GUID),
but it works fine.

HTH,
John
 
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John Posner

Can anyone point me in the direction of a Tkinter/Python app that has
been wrapped with py2exe and is deployed on Windows as a standalone
using one of the standard installer tools? (MSI, NSIS, Inno Setup,
etc.) I'm working on a Tkinter app for Windows and have had a
surprisingly hard time finding such apps to use as
examples/benchmarks, etc. (The only one I've found, in fact, is
Webgobbler at http://sebsauvage.net/python/webgobbler/index.html; a
nice app, but I'd like more examples.)

I used Inno Setup 5.4.0(a) to create the "ClixTur" executable at
http://www.jjposner.net/5273.html

Inno Setup gives the .exe file a GUID for a name (ugh!) but it works fine.

HTH,
John
 

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