py2exe problem

Wolfgang Forstmeier mailing at supai.de
Fri Apr 3 08:55:20 CEST 2009


On 03.04.2009 05:29, Gabriel Genellina wrote:
> En Thu, 02 Apr 2009 08:06:22 -0300, Wolfgang Forstmeier
> <mailing at supai.de> escribió:
>> On 02.04.2009 11:34, Gabriel Genellina wrote:
>>> En Wed, 01 Apr 2009 17:51:52 -0300, Wolfgang Forstmeier
>>> <mailing at supai.de> escribió:
>>>
>>>> what kind of error do I have with getting this error at starting my
>>>> app.
>>>> Im am not using IdleConf.GetOption right now.
>>>>
>>>> Warning: configHandler.py - IdleConf.GetOption -
>>>> problem retrieving configration option 'name'
>>>> from section 'Keys'.
>>>> returning default value: ''
>>>

<snip />

>
> Ok, but do you really use idlelib for something? Or it's just some
> random code you found somewhere and drop into your application?

Ah yes, I really use this. I create some message boxes for a little GUI 
application that controls some other program with COM.
Running my app without py2exe, just with python, there is no warning at 
all. This comes in with py2exe first.

Here some piece of code that I use for tkMessageBox.

from idlelib.OutputWindow import tkMessageBox

...
     # Define about message box
     def about(self):
         tkMessageBox.showinfo("About", "My little about text box.")
     # --
...

There is some more GUI programming arround that def in my class, but 
that uses only Tkinter, should not be interesting for that error.

> Also, note that you got just a warning, not an error; chances are your
> program may still work.

That is right, but there is an annoying message box at closing my 
program that tells me the error above.

BTW, what's your program for?

Connecting a MFC COM application with an old FORTRAN program.




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