[Tutor] Fwd: HELP!

Chris g.nius.ck at gmail.com
Mon Jun 28 22:36:39 CEST 2010

My friend jacob had a question. I can't really answer it, but you guys 
can. Send you replies to him not me. Oh, and jacob, I'm forwarding you 
message to the Python Mailing list.

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I tried the py2exe thing again, but things are getting confusing... It 
tells me to enter this line to run a setup that will make it a .exe.
"C: \Tutorial>python setup.py install"
Now, the REALLY BIG problem with this line is that the, I guess you 
could say action, of install always comes back with an invalid token 
error. This is straight from the website.
Now, that was in different programs and on the command line. If you 
write it in the setup.py, it comes back with a syntax error after the 
install... Please help
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