Ticket #17 (closed enhancement: fixed)
running pyinstaller from a python script is unecessarily hard!
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I have a build script which is written in python. I want to run Pyinstaller from there. This should be easy as PyInstaller? is a python program. However, I'm finding that it is much harder than I thought it would be, mainly because of the reliance on globals and the assumption that the code will be run from a command line and have the working directory be where Build.py/Makespec.py is (it uses this to locate the dat files).
I realise I can workaround this by running the command directly, but it would be *very* nice to just call the build and Makespec functions directly from my python script (maybe just telling it where to find the dat files).
This is an enhancement request; otherwise I am VERY happy with the code!! :) P.S. It would be excellent if you could get this integrated into the Python Standard Library..
Best Regards, Tushar.
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