[Stackless] tackless & py2exe
lutz_p at gmx.net
Thu Jan 29 16:41:23 CET 2009
Some useful tools on windows are FileMon, RegMon and Process Explorer
(and some more) by Systenerals (now Microsoft)
With Process Explorer or Filemon you can easily see of what location
the dll is loaded and the replace it with the stackless version
Process Explorer: <http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645.aspx
Am 29.01.2009 um 14:45 schrieb Jeff Senn:
> I've done this in the (far away) past and got it to work (and I
> don't recall
> patching py2exe). The stackless module should be a builtin and be
> of the python*.dll. I suspect that Richard is correct in guessing
> that somehow
> py2exe is finding a non-stackless version of your python*.dll. I
> search my machine for every python*.dll and make sure there are no
> ones as a first test...
> Also: first try a test of your final product on the *target* machine
> no other python*.dll either; to test for a bug where it accidentally
> finds a python*.dll that is not part of your py2exe dist.
> On Jan 29, 2009, at 4:18 AM, niki wrote:
>> Paul Sijben wrote:
>>> In packaging my stackless project with py2exe I find that the
>>> module can not be found.
>>> What do I need to do to make py2exe play nice with stackless?
>> Probably you have to patch source of py2exe loader to call some
>> stackless initialization and then rebuild py2exe with stackless
>> python .
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