beginners choice: wx or tk?

Ian Kelly ian.g.kelly at
Sun Jul 12 01:59:19 CEST 2015

On Sat, Jul 11, 2015 at 5:10 PM, Paul Rubin < at nospam.invalid> wrote:
> Ulli Horlacher <framstag at> writes:
>>> Long ago I was involved with a thing like this and used Inno Setup,
>>> which was great.  It's a very slick installer
>> It is not a matter of knowledge, but one of user rights.
>> It is also forbidden by organization rules.
> I might not understand what you're looking for.  I thought you wanted a
> single .exe to give your users.  Inno Setup packages up such a thing for
> you, making it very convenient for them.  I think I used it in
> conjunction with py2exe, another Windows packaging tool that might or
> might not still be in use.  Do you mean it's not ok for the setup tool
> to install files?  Hmm.  It might still be possible with py2exe.

Perhaps you've been misled by the talk about pyInstaller, which
despite the name does not create installers. It merely creates a
portable exe that runs the Python program contained in it, similar to

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