[ANN] bbfreeze 1.1.2

Ralf Schmitt ralf at systemexit.de
Wed Jul 17 22:42:21 CEST 2013


Hi,

I've just released bbfreeze 1.1.2. The code is available from pypi

  https://pypi.python.org/pypi/bbfreeze/

or from github 

 https://github.com/schmir/bbfreeze


bbfreeze creates stand-alone executables from python scripts. It's
similar in purpose to the well known py2exe for windows, py2app for OS
X, PyInstaller and cx_Freeze (in fact ancient versions were based on
cx_Freeze. And it uses the modulegraph package, which is also used by
py2app).

It has the following features:

easy installation 
  bbfreeze can be installed with setuptools' easy_install command.

zip/egg file import tracking
  bbfreeze tracks imports from zip files and includes whole egg files
  if some module is used from an eggfile. Packages using setuputils'
  pkg_resources module will now work (new in 0.95.0)

binary dependency tracking
  bbfreeze will track binary dependencies and will include DLLs and
  shared libraries needed by a frozen program.

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.

automatic pathname rewriting
  pathnames in tracebacks are replaced with relative pathnames
  (i.e. if you import package foo.bar from /home/jdoe/pylib/
  tracebacks generated from functions in foo.bar will not show your
  local path /home/jdoe/pylib/foo/bar.py. They will instead show
  foo/bar.py)

distutils command 'bdist_bbfreeze'
  A new distutils/setuptools command bdist_bbfreeze integrates
  bbfreeze into your setup.py.

bbfreeze works on windows and UNIX-like operating systems. bbfreeze
has been tested with python 2.4, 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7 bbfreeze will not
work with python 3 or higher.


-- 
Cheers
Ralf



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