Problem with McMillans Installer

Mikael Lexén mikael.lexen at spam.no.volvo.com
Mon Nov 10 16:52:52 CET 2003


Nop I have

import unicodedata,codecs

but it doesn't help. I will try the mailing list. Thanks

/Mikael


Eric Brunel wrote:

> Mikael Lexén wrote:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> I have the following code
>>
>> fileName="test.txt"
>> inputFile=file(fileName,'r')
>> b = unicode(inputFile.read(), 'utf-8')
>> inputFile.close()
>>
>> outputFile=file(fileName,'w')
>>
>> print >> outputFile, b.encode('iso-8859-1')
>>
>> outputFile.close()
>>
>> This code works ok. Then I use the Installer and made a --onefile 
>> "binary". The building process is also ok but when I try to execute 
>> the program I get the following error
>>
>> c:\python\siebel>convert "copy of test.txt"
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>  File "<string>", line 18, in ?
>> LookupError: no codec search functions registered: can't find encoding
>>
>> I change to --onedir build and get the same result. I did some  tests 
>> and found that if I put the "encodings" directory (from 
>> ".../python22/lib" directory)  in the  "--onedir" directory 
>> everything works ok . So my question is how can I tell the Installer 
>> to get the "encodings" directory  in the build process?
>
>
> Expicitely importing the codecs module in the Python program should 
> solve the problem.
>
> BTW, McMillan Installer has its own mailing list (see 
> http://trixie.triqs.com/mailman/listinfo/installer). You'll usually 
> get quicker and/or better answers if you post your questions there 
> rather than on c.l.py.
>
> HTH





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