Commits

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Anthony Tuininga
The datetime module implicitly imports the time module so ensure that that module is included.
Anthony Tuininga
Include the current date and time as a means of testing the importing of a shared library.
Anthony Tuininga
Further updates in preparation for release of 4.2.2.
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4.2.2
Anthony Tuininga
Update documentation for creating a service.
Anthony Tuininga
Added support for setting the description of Windows services.
Anthony Tuininga
Add missing colon.
Anthony Tuininga
On Python 3.x, _winreg has been renamed as winreg so use that name instead and alias _winreg for Python 2.x.
Anthony Tuininga
Avoid importing setuptools which is not a complete drop-in replacement for distutils. If needed, an application setup.py can import setuptools itself.
Anthony Tuininga
Fill the company in with the author.
Anthony Tuininga
Added preliminary support for version info resources.
Anthony Tuininga
Restore the ability to use mingw32 to build cx_Freeze for those who do not have the Microsoft compiler; for those few cases where problems occur, the official binaries can be used, which will be built with the Microsoft compiler.
Anthony Tuininga
Ensure that modules which are not truly necessary for bootstrapping are excluded; otherwise, only part of packages might be available (such as the logging package) and errors might take place at runtime about missing modules; this seems to only take place in Python 2.7.1 for an as yet undetermined reason but its also a good improvement for earlier versions of Python as well.
Anthony Tuininga
Ignore errors from the twitter module which attempts to load multiple modules in order to find one that implements JSON.
Anthony Tuininga
The QtNetwork and QtWebKit modules are also implicitly loaded.
Anthony Tuininga
Updated in preparation for releasing 4.2.2.
Anthony Tuininga
Include plugins when using uic as the module insists upon searching directories for plugins in a specified set of directories.
Anthony Tuininga
Only add the -mwindows argument to the link command when using the mingw32 compiler.
Anthony Tuininga
Preparing to release version 4.2.2.
Anthony Tuininga
As requested, for those still using CVS, ignore the CVS directory as well.
Anthony Tuininga
On Windows use the Microsoft compiler to build as at least one strange incompatibility has occurred with cx_Freeze binaries for Python 2.7 built with mingw32 that is not present with the Microsoft compiler.
Anthony Tuininga
Use the Microsoft Visual C compiler to build with Python 2.6 and up since that is what is used by the Python developers and using mingw32, although it works most of the time, can cause some strange behaviors in certain esoteric situations.
Anthony Tuininga
Added support for namespace packages which are loaded implicitly upon startup by injection into sys.modules and do not have an __init__.py file in the normal place as is done with zope in the Fedora repositories.
Anthony Tuininga
Added support for a Zope sample which makes use of namespace packages.
Anthony Tuininga
Preparing to release 4.2.1.
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4.2.1
Anthony Tuininga
Updated to include additional items fixed or improved in preparation for releasing 4.2.1.
Anthony Tuininga
Added documentation for the shortcutName and shortcutDir parameters to the Executable class.
Anthony Tuininga
Added support for acquiring the full path of the configuration file and using that rather than whatever was passed on the command line.
Anthony Tuininga
Copy the stat() information as was done in earlier versions of cx_Freeze.
Anthony Tuininga
Added hooks to ignore the win32gui and pyHook modules on platforms other than Windows. Thanks to Alexander Nestorov for the patch.
Anthony Tuininga
Preparing to release version 4.2.1.
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