[Twisted-Python] Could not create and run a Windows Service with Twisted 2.0.1 & Python 2.4.1
corydodt at twistedmatrix.com
Sat Jul 9 13:56:01 EDT 2005
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Fixed in trunk. I recommend you delete ntsvc.cfg and your dist
directory, then rerun setup.py twistedservice with svn trunk code. Jp
> It's not being imported by user code, it's being imported by t.service.app.
> Py2exe doesn't know that, so it loses it.
> Luc, probably ntsvc should deal with this automatically. Let me think
> about it
> before you put it in the HOWTO.
> Jp Calderone wrote:
> | On Fri, 8 Jul 2005 18:59:36 +0200, Luc Stepniewski
> | <luc.stepniewski at adelux.fr> wrote:
> |> On Friday 08 July 2005 16:53, Cory Dodt wrote:
> |>> Luc, it's very common to get these near code that uses namedAny or
> |>> named*
> |>> from reflect. Using these calls guarantees that py2exe's module finding
> |>> algorithm won't know to bundle the named module.
> |>> You just need an "includes" line in your setup for
> |>> twisted.internet.default.
> |> Wow, you're right! It works. It's strange I didn't need this
> |> "includes" with
> |> Twisted 1.3. Anyway. I'll add this to the HOWTO, as soon as I can.
> | twisted.internet.default was never really public anyway, and now it's
> | deprecated. The ideal solution would be to stop using it altogether.
> | What's it being imported for?
> | Jp
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