I did a pretty sizable project aimed at artists to allow the to manage their work. I titled my work 'PyCrylis', which was a Python implemenation of the Java based application called 'Acrylis.' I switched it over Python to learn the language in a fun way and to fix some bugs the Java version had.
When wrapping it up for my fellow artists, I realised that giving them all these .py files wouldn't fly with their comprehension of computers. Even if I had them install the Python interpreter, they would have to go through the trouble of fixing their PYTHONPATH environment variable to run it because of the extensive amount of files I used (and lack of experience to handle the problem otherwise).
So I come here to ask how one wraps multiple files into an .exe. I've seen singe files, but I cannot understand how to do a few. Here's my breakdown of code:
----->[File] Graphics.py ** (Main entry point to the program) (Only file that contains a graphical interface.)
If you can help me sort this out, that'd be great. =P Thanks.
This post has been edited by XPherior: 04 June 2009 - 03:48 PM