[Ironpython-users] Compiling a WPF project with XLRD/XLWT functionality into an EXE (issue)

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Thu Jul 11 19:18:45 CEST 2013

Can you specify what errors (if any) you are getting? Also, what options
are you using for pyc and so forth.

On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 5:44 AM, Jason Barner <jbarner1 at fau.edu> wrote:

> Hey guys - been scouring the Google and can't figure out my issue I am
> having trying to compile a small WPF project i've put together for my
> co-workers as we work on a database/ERP project.
> First hurdle was getting IPY to be happy with the location of XLRD and
> XLWT (python excel libraries which are awesome) but I managed to get that
> working fine.
> Everything runs smoothly out of visual studios, but when it came time to
> try and make an exe out of it yesterday - I just could not get it to run.
> So far i've been using pyc to try and compile it, and followed some
> examples I found online (mainly from Dino) but no dice. I am thinking it
> has something to do with XLRD and XLWT, as I pulled all the DLL's from IPY
> and such into the directory of my project when trying to compile it, but it
> simply times out after a while and crashes.
> If it is XLRD/XLWT related - what can I try to remedy it? IPY knows the
> locations of them and runs everything smoothly - is there some way/do I
> need to make a DLL out of those somehow and put them in the same directory
> when I try to compile with pyc? If this is the case, a step in the right
> direction on how to make DLL's out of those would be much appreciated.
> http://python.6.x6.nabble.com/Problems-running-simple-executable-compiled-with-the-pyc-py-tool-td2206038.html
> The above is the link that I mentioned which has some good info in it
> (atleast to me).
> Any sort of help/insight will be highly appreciated, thank you.
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