Cx Freeze - how to use cx_Freeze to make a python script an executable file? Python 2.7

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asked Mar 9, 2016 by iHelberg (2,190 points)
I am trying to make executable file out of python script I wrote. py from cmd I get error saying: 'The system cannot find file specified'

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answered Apr 14, 2016 by Ridley_Krc (260 points)

If the build was successful, the final executable, app.
commented Apr 15, 2016 by Dennis (220 points)
Have you tried using this function
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answered Apr 15, 2016 by ventur (250 points)
At NotFAQs: Python 3.2: Create Executable with cx_Freeze 4.2.3 you can found a really good and really simple library
This will solve this problem forever
commented Apr 17, 2016 by bhg_Well (1,220 points)
This is a problem with your remote. Then just remove the shared vertex to create your union
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answered May 6, 2016 by Rozon_list (430 points)
In the past I have just used a nested map for this. A good reference is here Python: compiling using cx_freeze tutorial - YouTube
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answered May 20, 2016 by Pbq_Try (150 points)
May be this tutorial link will help
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answered May 28, 2016 by Opening197 (220 points)
I wrote a bug report here Creating an Executable from a Python Script | Matt Borgerson this is a bug, how could I get this to work
Check the documentation on composite keys here

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