schmir at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 10:30:54 CEST 2007
I've just uploaded bbfreeze 0.95.2 to python's cheeseshop.
bbfreeze creates standalone executables from python scripts. It's similar
in functionality to py2exe or cx_Freeze.
This release fixes issues with python installation, where the zlib module is
called zlibmodule.so (e.g. fedora core 7). If you previously got
"zipimport.ZipImportError: can't decompress data; zlib not available" when
trying to run the frozen executables, try version 0.95.2.
*NEW* support for egg files: bbfreeze scans zipped egg files and now
includes whole egg files/directories in the distribution. Programs
using setuptools' pkg_resources module will now work.
It offers the following features:
bbfreeze can be installed with setuptools' easy_install command.
zip/egg file import tracking
bbfreeze tracks imports from zip files.
multiple script freezing
bbfreeze can freeze multiple scripts at once.
python interpreter included
bbfreeze will create an extra executable named 'py', which might be
used like the python executable itself.
bbfreeze works on windows and UNIX-like operating systems. It
currently does not work on OS X. bbfreeze has been tested with python
2.4 and 2.5. bbfreeze will not work with python versions prior to 2.3
as it uses the zipimport feature introduced with python 2.3.
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