[PATCH] Force pygments package to be loaded in py2exe
mpm at selenic.com
Tue Jan 27 16:25:35 CST 2009
On Tue, 2009-01-27 at 23:18 +0100, Pascal Quantin wrote:
> Matt Mackall a écrit :
> > On Tue, 2009-01-27 at 22:42 +0100, Pascal Quantin wrote:
> >> # HG changeset patch
> >> # User Pascal Quantin <pascal.quantin at gmail.com>
> >> # Date 1233089606 -3600
> >> # Node ID 87d4115806b006f9080eb5c36958274feb023ac9
> >> # Parent 97b55cce3100d3b408cda75b96dabdd5be92dd6a
> >> Force pygments package to be loaded in py2exe
> >> Like with email package, the pygments package is not fully loaded by py2exe due to Python2.5 dynamic imports which are not found by modulefinder. This breaks the highlight extension.
> >> -> Force the pygments package to be included if installed so that the dynamic imports work as expected.
> > Dunno. The difference is that the packages in email are standard Python
> > bits, where pygments is not.
> > I don't think we want builds to quietly change based on what third-party
> > packages happen to be installed. We certainly don't do this on the Unix
> > side of the fence.
> > Is it not possible to download and install pygments separately?
> in fact my title is wrong and should be read "Force pygments package to
> be loaded in py2exe if present".
> As pygments is used by the highlight extension bundled with mercurial,
> the idea is to force explicitly its inclusion in py2exe if pygments is
> present in python installation path.
> Without this patch, trying to use highlight extension after compiling a
> hg.exe with py2exe and pygments installed leads to a "error: no module
> named text" failure.
Yes, I understood all that the first time around.
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