[PyQt] Porting PyQt GUI between platforms.

Peter Schmidtke pschmidtke at mmb.pcb.ub.es
Tue Aug 3 08:05:04 BST 2010

Dear all,

I am interested in using PyInstaller for packaging bigger projects together consisting of multiple python modules and classes. Dependencies are things like numpy, matplotlib, rdkit pygresql. Is there a way of doing this with PyInstaller and if yes how. I found the documentation a bit sparse on how to integrate things like numpy into a standalone app using PyInstaller. Is there something like a tutorial out there?

Thanks in advance.
On 03/08/2010, at 07:07, Raoul Snyman wrote:

> On Tue, 3 Aug 2010 15:05:31 +1000, Algis Kabaila wrote:
>> On which platform is best to use PyInstaller?  The porting is from Linux
>> to Windows.
> I use PyInstaller for packaging my PyQt4 app for Windows and OS X. For
> Linux/FreeBSD I just use the package management system for each
> distribution, like .deb files for Ubuntu, .rpm files for Fedora, etc.
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Peter Schmidtke

PhD Student
Department of Physical Chemistry
School of Pharmacy
University of Barcelona
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