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Offline Alex

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Python wizard wanted
« on: April 01, 2016, 11:16:07 pm »
I am looking for someone to create a standalone, hassle-free executable to run on Windows from an existing and functional Python script which I will send. The Python script was written in Python 2.7 and creates a simple GUI application using the wxPython, serial and psutil libraries amongst others.

The first stage is to create an executable from the existing script, which is fully functional.
The second stage is to work with me to finalise the aesthetics (e.g. icons) used by the script and recompile the executable.
The final stage is to extend the compatibility to different versions of Windows and test.

You will be compensated for your results; you might also be interested in a prototype of the hardware that the script controls!

A nice small, self-contained project. Get in touch to brag about your Python skills and to hear more about what I am trying to do.


Offline ade

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Re: Python wizard wanted
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2016, 07:31:04 pm »
Hi Alex, I assume you've looked into py2exe?  It gets a little more involved with wxPython.  Feel free to PM if you don't mind collaborating with someone from Canada.  :D

Offline GameProgrammer79

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Re: Python wizard wanted
« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2016, 05:10:55 pm »
I have used both p2exe and cx_freeze. I like cx_freeze more. I can help with the freeze and if any programming involved. I have quite a lot of programming experience in python + others (C++, C#, Java) .. mostly distributed, high performance computing, data science, data visualization D3, plotly, web wsgi, tornado, co-routines stuff not done much electronics in python.
Folks I am getting back in Electronics game after 18 odd years :)

Offline sajattack

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Re: Python wizard wanted
« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2016, 10:44:45 pm »
I would recommend PyInstaller. It appears to be the most up to date and maintained package of those mentioned.

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