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PyInstaller: Installation und Anwendung [ID:121] (1/1)

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Dieses ShowMeDo zeigt die Installation und Verwendung von pyInstaller, einem Programm, das es erlaubt, Python Programme so zu verpacken, dass sie ohne den Python Interpreter ausgeführt werden können.


Hochgeladen am 7. Januar 2007, Laufzeit: 5 Minuten.

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Schönes Tool, gutes Video!!


Schönes Tool, gutes Video!


25. Rajah Olaguer Sat, 30 Jan 2010 10:44

Nice. Understandable.


24. anonymous Sat, 24 Oct 2009 16:38

Habe gesucht, wie man aus Python eine exe macht,

das Video hat mir sehr geholfen, Danke


23. anonymous Fri, 18 Sep 2009 11:13

Hi,

Thanks for making this video, you really helped me!

Lawrence


22. anonymous Sat, 22 Aug 2009 07:16

I can only understand english

But otherwise it's really useful. Thanks


21. anonymous Tue, 07 Jul 2009 12:39

ich will das video weitersehen!


20. anonymous Sun, 28 Jun 2009 19:54

Very helpful


19. anonymous Sat, 23 May 2009 12:36

Hi,

Danke ich hab mich schon immer (Die letzten 2 Tage wo ich euer Tutorial über Phyton gesehen hab)gefragt wie das geht!Bloß kann man so ein Skript/Proramm auch ohne die Eingabeaufforderung irgendwie ausführen?


18. anonymous Thu, 21 May 2009 11:42

I loved this video.. i helped me a lot to understand


17. anonymous Thu, 21 May 2009 11:42

I loved this video.. i helped me a lot to understand


16. anonymous Wed, 23 Jan 2008 10:43

Hi there folks!

I like this foru msooo much, thanks for the creators.


15. anonymous Sun, 16 Dec 2007 07:32

Hi Lukas,

das Tutorial ist wirklich gut und verständlich gemacht! Danke dir!

Bei mir gibt es nur das Problem, dass die Makespec.py Datei nichts macht! Wenn ich sie ausfürhen möchte, öffnet sich ein Fenster, das mich fragt, mit welchem Programm ich Makespec.py öffnen will...

Klappt nicht :(


14. anonymous Tue, 28 Aug 2007 17:23

nice tutorial, danke Lucas.


13. anonymous Wed, 23 May 2007 11:34

Hello!

Could you please show how to use pyInstaller on Linux?

Thank you


It's great that you got it working! Thanks for sharing your knowledge!


11. anonymous Mon, 07 May 2007 15:53

Hello!

It's me, the anonymous guy that posted about Tkinter.

I got it working with the flags passed to makespec.py: -w -F -K -X

Which packs the scripts in a single .EXE file, compressed with UPX and with the Tkinter inside it.

And it works fine!

A typical executable here is 2,40MB with the required python interpreter and libraries inside it. Pretty fair for a dynamic and powerfull language as Python!

PyInstaller is nice tool!

Thanks for showing it for us!


thanks for the tutorial !

for 2 reasons

1) learning python

2) learning german

thanks again and i hope you could add a video

with gui example !


Path und ATI?! Das ist mir komplett neu. Es kann sein, dass da was mit ATI drin steht, man kann da aber auch mehrere Sachen reinstellen (am besten noch mal genau im Video schauen). Anstonsten musst du jedes mal den vollen Pfad zu PyInstaller angeben...


8. anonymous Tue, 24 Apr 2007 11:27

Wollte noch sagen, dass ich es klasse finde, das du das in einem Video erklärt hast! :)


7. anonymous Tue, 24 Apr 2007 11:24

Hi!

Ist es wichtig für den Pyinstaller, dass man unter Systemsteuerung die Umgebungsvariable ändert?

Bei mir gibt es das nämlich nicht wirklich...

Der Wert der Variable "Path" ist aber was mit ATI!?


No, sorry. You might want to check this out though:http://pyinstaller.hpcf.upr.edu/docs/Manual_v1.1.html

There might be further information available there.


5. anonymous Sat, 21 Apr 2007 22:25

Hi!

I've tried pyInstaller and it works with simple "hello world" program.

But it doesn't work when I try to use it with Tkinter program.

Any idea?

Thanks


Hey,

I haven't really used py2exe at all - so I guess you'll have to do some research on the web.

As for the smaller distribution: I've heard people say that pyinstaller creates smaller files (but that's just what I *heard*).


3. anonymous Sun, 15 Apr 2007 11:14

Hello!

How pyInstaller is different from py2exe?

Could you compare them please?

Which creates smaller distribution?


Hi Freddy,

thanks for the positive feedback, it is really appreciated!

Lucas


Very good video!

I'm still learning Deutsch, but the explanation was really nice!

PyInstaller is a very usefull tool. Thank you for showing how to use it.

Keep the good job.

Thanks


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