[python-win32] Running a Windows Python service without pythonservice.exe?
Kyle.Flavin at gmail.com
Thu Feb 23 06:36:52 CET 2012
Bill, did you ever find a resolution to your pythonservice.exe issue?
>I've got the PyWin32 extensions installed in a private site-packages
>directory under my stuff, which isn't the same as the Python
>site-packages site. I need a way to set PYTHONPATH, or in some other
>way initialize the DLL load path and Python sys.path, before running the
>pythonservice.exe, don't I? Otherwise, this load of "servicemanager"
>will fail (and Py_Initialize() will fail if I don't copy
>pythonservice.exe to the same location as python.exe and python26.dll).
I have the same requirement. I need to be able to package up a private copy
of python and pywin32 under my own directory.
I'm trying Mark's PyNativePipeTestService script, but I receive the same
[SC] StartService FAILED 1053:
The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely
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