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Anthony Tuininga
Final changes in preparation for the release of 4.1.
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4.1
Anthony Tuininga
As a convenience return the module to the caller.
Anthony Tuininga
Avoid duplicate warnings from ldd.
Anthony Tuininga
Added script for releasing packages for all versions.
Anthony Tuininga
Only build the Win32Service base executable in Python 2.x for now.
Anthony Tuininga
Add support for Python 3.1 while retaining support for the older versions.
Anthony Tuininga
The data coming back from readlink() may not in fact be null-terminated so
Anthony Tuininga
Setup the Windows specific base executables as well to include the base modules
Anthony Tuininga
Calculate the set of base modules using cx_Freeze itself and then freeze these
Anthony Tuininga
Include the file system encoding in the information printed out as proof that
Anthony Tuininga
Rearrange the code so that the cx_Freeze package can be imported without first
Anthony Tuininga
Preparing to release cx_Freeze 4.1.
Anthony Tuininga
The name of the script is called cxfreeze instead of freeze.
Anthony Tuininga
Apparently on Windows the frozen modules are not needed; perhaps they aren't on
Anthony Tuininga
Use the syntax for raising exceptions that works for Python 3.x as well as
Anthony Tuininga
Added support for Python 3.x.
Anthony Tuininga
Use a message box instead of an error for the example.
Anthony Tuininga
Ensure a per-machine installation takes place since otherwise all sorts of
Anthony Tuininga
Tweaked code further to ensure that it can work for different source code
Anthony Tuininga
Include code previously included in cx_OracleTools and cx_OracleDBATools so
Anthony Tuininga
Use the macro MS_WINDOWS rather than WIN32 so that 64-bit Windows compilation
Anthony Tuininga
Change copyright to me directly since WorleyParsons isn't interested in the
Anthony Tuininga
Ensure that empty directories are created as needed in the target as requested
Anthony Tuininga
Ensure that Py_Finalize() is called even when exceptions take place!
Anthony Tuininga
Added command line option --icon as requested by Tom Brown.
Anthony Tuininga
Use %* rather than the separated arguments in order to avoid problems with the
Anthony Tuininga
A few minor tweaks to get the core code to work on Windows.
Anthony Tuininga
First cut of support for Python 3.x.
Anthony Tuininga
Tweaked to work with Python 3.x.
Anthony Tuininga
Make the example work in Python 3.x.
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