[python-win32] Problems with XML COM server
stephen.dicks at rawflow.com
Wed Jul 6 11:51:39 CEST 2005
I have a simple COM server in python which parses an XML file via
SAX, and I want to distribute it via py2exe as the target machines will
not have python installed (and in some cases could not have it installed)
However I have tried several (recent) versions of py2exe, python itself
and the various fixes suggested by various people in the past, but I
still can't get it to work in any configuration using either python
2.3.5/2.4.1 or py2exe 0.4.2/0.5.4 with Windows XP
Using python 2.3 and py2exe 0.4.2, a standalone EXE builds and works
fine, but the COM server fails the --register command line with 'Cannot
locate Python module win32com.server.localserver' while executing
Using python 2.4 and py2exe 0.5.4, the standalone executable fails with:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "fred.py", line 39, in ?
File "xml\sax\drivers\drv_pyexpat.pyc", line 68, in parseFile
File "xml\sax\drivers\drv_pyexpat.pyc", line 45, in startElement
AttributeError: "module" object has no attribute "AttributeMap"
which no-one else seems to have had trouble with.
Using python 2.3 and py2exe 0.5.4, the py2exe setup stage fails with errors like:
'Cant find module linecache'
'Cant find module xml'
and the parse stops with 'Cannot find parser' (not surprisingly) if I try to run the resulting executable.
Does anyone know of a combination that works?
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