[PyQt] Create an installer package
emperor.cu at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 22:34:30 BST 2012
hi, sorry by my english
your better option is make an egg python installer with setup.py
enviroment.. and the rest of process... in the internet exist many examples
about it how to make it ...
the way as you say "like windows" with similars wizard setup can use
installjammer.. to make a .bin (binary file), of your project.. with this
soft can see the wizard installer setup like windows ask some options to
install and other things.. and in both case... do some action after finish
to prepare the enginge with your database importing the schema your are and
the rest of things you need to can run your app...
MySQL provide the mysqldump to export all your data to file.sql to can use
as your installer to can import into app to prepare the enviroment after
finish... after that is continue prepare th rest part with all your need...
but right now..
for python setup packaging.. ask better at python list... and for mysql
dumping file ask at mysql list. for more info..
best regards. :-)
El 5 de abril de 2012 04:10, Vijayakumar <aphrovijay.soaf at gmail.com>escribió:
> I have developed an application which has nearly 10 individual python
> These files are core of the application.
> Now i want to convert these files into an installer package. I also want to
> do something similar for windows compatibility as well.
> My application also uses MySQL. I use MySQL to store and retrieve values
> used in the application.
> I remember using SQL Lite with Andriod programming and the database file
> be exported in that case. Am not sure about doing the same for MySQL.
> anyone please provide their suggestions on the both "installer package" and
> database support.
> How would the database support be maintained when an installer is created ?
> Is it even possible ?
> Thank you.
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