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Hi,

I got the cxfreeze working on the Mac OS X 10.6.7 and the distilled Python script runs fine on that Mac Book. Now I'm getting reports from Mac user clients that it doesn't work for them. It is a simple script that only calls from the Mac it's terminal.

I do my work on Linux, is there something I'm not getting here?

Thanks for any pointers,
jkrueger

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OK, update. Have gotten around the above problem with

cxfreeze myScript.py --include-modules=module,module,module --target-dir myscript

And for scripts that open a text file to read cxfreeze distill isn't opening file which is opened with python in terminal.

Anybody have a clue?

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OK, update. Have gotten around the above problem with

cxfreeze myScript.py --include-modules=module,module,module --target-dir myscript

And for scripts that open a text file to read cxfreeze distill isn't opening file which is opened with python in terminal.

Anybody have a clue?

If the distilled script is run from Terminal, on the Mac, with ./my_script it works fine. Is there a way to have cxfreeze handel this so more complicated scripts that open and work with files can be click to open?

Edited by jkrueger: miss typed

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