[Image-SIG] Windows CRT issues with Python 2.6
fredrik at pythonware.com
Mon Sep 28 15:25:19 CEST 2009
Make sense, but I'm not sure I can figure out what they actually ended
up doing about it from that thread. Anyone who can summarize and/or
provide a patch?
On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 8:00 PM, Farshid Lashkari <flashk at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've encountered an issue with distributing a Python 2.6 and PIL based
> application on Windows computers that do not have the VC 9.0 CRT installed.
> The problem is that the _imaging.pyd module fails to load. I believe the
> reason is that the file has an embedded manifest specifying the CRT version
> to load, which causes it to ignore the CRT files in the Python exe folder.
> The pyd files that ship with Python (_socket.pyd, etc..) do not have this
> problem because they are built without an embedded manifest, which causes
> them to inherit the CRT that is already loaded through the Python process.
> You can find information about this at the following bug report
> Would it be possible to modify the PIL build process to not embed a manifest
> for Windows pyd files?
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