[PyKDE] ElementTree in PyQt4 latest with py2exe not working
Rick van Hattem
Rick.van.Hattem at fawo.nl
Wed Dec 20 19:01:04 GMT 2006
On Wednesday 20 December 2006 10:08, Bastian Salmela wrote:
> i've ran into problem and i was hoping it gets fixed in the newer version
> of qt/pyqt but doesn't seem to go away. so any information how to make this
> work would be highly appreciated.
> problem: i'm writing application that uses uic.loadType() to load up user
> interface. this all works fine when i'm launching my program from console,
> but if i pack it for distribution with py2exe, i get couple of errors
> running executable.
> 1) error saying the library.zip doesn't have proper path for
> widget-plugins. this i fixed by replacing plugindir path in objcreator.py
> to point where they actually are located.
> plugindir =
> "c:\\Python25\\Lib\\site-packages\\PyQt4\\uic\\widget-plugins\\" so that's
> fine now.
> 2) error saying "ImportErrror: No module named elementtree.ElementTree"
> after checking source again i see pyQt4 seems to try many different way to
> load this, and with Idle i found out the one that works, so I removed other
> stuff and just added the line that works: "from
> xml.etree.cElementTreeimport parse"
> 3) now there is no error about elementTree and it gets packed nicely..
> things still work on commandline, but another error says now: "ImportError:
> cannot import name parse"
> this is where I'm stuck now.
> i'm far from being pro, or even good python programmer, so i need help.
> please is anyone know how to make this work, i would love to hear about it.
> i need to get this program packed so i can distribute it at our workplace
> on several computers.
> p.s. i tried cxfreeze too, same errors.
> thank you!
> /me crosses fingers.
You can always get ElementTree manually from the Effbot site:
Rick van Hattem Rick.van.Hattem(at)Fawo.nl
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