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"""
Base class for freezing scripts into executables.
"""
from __future__ import print_function
import datetime
import distutils.sysconfig
import imp
import marshal
import os
import shutil
import socket
import stat
import struct
import sys
import time
import zipfile
import cx_Freeze
__all__ = [ "ConfigError", "ConstantsModule", "Executable", "Freezer" ]
EXTENSION_LOADER_SOURCE = \
"""
def __bootstrap__():
import imp, sys
os = sys.modules['os']
global __bootstrap__, __loader__
__loader__ = None; del __bootstrap__, __loader__
found = False
for p in sys.path:
if not os.path.isdir(p):
continue
f = os.path.join(p, "%s")
if not os.path.exists(f):
continue
m = imp.load_dynamic(__name__, f)
import sys
sys.modules[__name__] = m
found = True
break
if not found:
del sys.modules[__name__]
raise ImportError("No module named %%s" %% __name__)
__bootstrap__()
"""
MSVCR_MANIFEST_TEMPLATE = """
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<assembly xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v1" manifestVersion="1.0">
<noInheritable/>
<assemblyIdentity
type="win32"
name="Microsoft.VC90.CRT"
version="9.0.21022.8"
processorArchitecture="{PROC_ARCH}"
publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b"/>
<file name="MSVCR90.DLL"/>
<file name="MSVCM90.DLL"/>
<file name="MSVCP90.DLL"/>
</assembly>
"""
def process_path_specs(specs):
"""Prepare paths specified as config.
The input is a list of either strings, or 2-tuples (source, target).
Where single strings are supplied, the basenames are used as targets.
Where targets are given explicitly, they must not be absolute paths.
Returns a list of 2-tuples, or throws ConfigError if something is wrong
in the input.
"""
processedSpecs = []
for spec in specs:
if not isinstance(spec, (list, tuple)):
source = spec
target = None
elif len(spec) != 2:
raise ConfigError("path spec must be a list or tuple of "
"length two")
else:
source, target = spec
source = os.path.normpath(source)
if not target:
target = os.path.basename(source)
elif os.path.isabs(target):
raise ConfigError("target path for include file may not be "
"an absolute path")
processedSpecs.append((source, target))
return processedSpecs
def get_resource_file_path(dirName, name, ext):
"""Return the path to a resource file shipped with cx_Freeze.
This is used to find our base executables and initscripts when they are
just specified by name.
"""
if os.path.isabs(name):
return name
name = os.path.normcase(name)
fullDir = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(cx_Freeze.__file__), dirName)
if os.path.isdir(fullDir):
for fileName in os.listdir(fullDir):
checkName, checkExt = \
os.path.splitext(os.path.normcase(fileName))
if name == checkName and ext == checkExt:
return os.path.join(fullDir, fileName)
class Freezer(object):
def __init__(self, executables, constantsModules = [], includes = [],
excludes = [], packages = [], replacePaths = [], compress = True,
optimizeFlag = 0, path = None,
targetDir = None, binIncludes = [], binExcludes = [],
binPathIncludes = [], binPathExcludes = [],
includeFiles = [], zipIncludes = [], silent = False,
namespacePackages = [], metadata = None,
includeMSVCR = False, zipIncludePackages = [],
zipExcludePackages = ["*"]):
self.executables = list(executables)
self.constantsModules = list(constantsModules)
self.includes = list(includes)
self.excludes = list(excludes)
self.packages = list(packages)
self.namespacePackages = list(namespacePackages)
self.replacePaths = list(replacePaths)
self.compress = compress
self.optimizeFlag = optimizeFlag
self.path = path
self.includeMSVCR = includeMSVCR
self.targetDir = targetDir
self.binIncludes = [os.path.normcase(n) \
for n in self._GetDefaultBinIncludes() + binIncludes]
self.binExcludes = [os.path.normcase(n) \
for n in self._GetDefaultBinExcludes() + binExcludes]
self.binPathIncludes = [os.path.normcase(n) for n in binPathIncludes]
self.binPathExcludes = [os.path.normcase(n) \
for n in self._GetDefaultBinPathExcludes() + binPathExcludes]
self.includeFiles = process_path_specs(includeFiles)
self.zipIncludes = process_path_specs(zipIncludes)
self.silent = silent
self.metadata = metadata
self.zipIncludePackages = list(zipIncludePackages)
self.zipExcludePackages = list(zipExcludePackages)
self._VerifyConfiguration()
def _AddVersionResource(self, exe):
warning_msg = "*** WARNING *** unable to create version resource"
try:
from win32verstamp import stamp
except:
print(warning_msg)
print("install pywin32 extensions first")
return
if not self.metadata.version:
print(warning_msg)
print("version must be specified")
return
fileName = exe.targetName
versionInfo = VersionInfo(self.metadata.version,
comments = self.metadata.long_description,
description = self.metadata.description,
company = self.metadata.author,
product = self.metadata.name,
copyright = exe.copyright,
trademarks = exe.trademarks)
stamp(fileName, versionInfo)
def _CopyFile(self, source, target, copyDependentFiles,
includeMode = False):
normalizedSource = os.path.normcase(os.path.normpath(source))
normalizedTarget = os.path.normcase(os.path.normpath(target))
if normalizedTarget in self.filesCopied:
return
if normalizedSource == normalizedTarget:
return
self._RemoveFile(target)
targetDir = os.path.dirname(target)
self._CreateDirectory(targetDir)
if not self.silent:
sys.stdout.write("copying %s -> %s\n" % (source, target))
shutil.copyfile(source, target)
shutil.copystat(source, target)
if includeMode:
shutil.copymode(source, target)
self.filesCopied[normalizedTarget] = None
if copyDependentFiles \
and source not in self.finder.excludeDependentFiles:
# Always copy dependent files on root directory
# to allow to set relative reference
if sys.platform == 'darwin':
targetDir = self.targetDir
for source in self._GetDependentFiles(source):
target = os.path.join(targetDir, os.path.basename(source))
self._CopyFile(source, target, copyDependentFiles)
def _CreateDirectory(self, path):
if not os.path.isdir(path):
if not self.silent:
sys.stdout.write("creating directory %s\n" % path)
os.makedirs(path)
def _FreezeExecutable(self, exe):
finder = self.finder
finder.IncludeFile(exe.script, exe.moduleName)
finder.IncludeFile(exe.initScript, exe.initModuleName)
startupModule = get_resource_file_path("initscripts", "__startup__",
".py")
finder.IncludeFile(startupModule)
self._CopyFile(exe.base, exe.targetName, copyDependentFiles = True,
includeMode = True)
if self.includeMSVCR:
self._IncludeMSVCR(exe)
# Copy icon
if exe.icon is not None:
if sys.platform == "win32":
import cx_Freeze.util
cx_Freeze.util.AddIcon(exe.targetName, exe.icon)
else:
targetName = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(exe.targetName),
os.path.basename(exe.icon))
self._CopyFile(exe.icon, targetName,
copyDependentFiles = False)
if not os.access(exe.targetName, os.W_OK):
mode = os.stat(exe.targetName).st_mode
os.chmod(exe.targetName, mode | stat.S_IWUSR)
if self.metadata is not None and sys.platform == "win32":
self._AddVersionResource(exe)
def _GetDefaultBinExcludes(self):
"""Return the file names of libraries that need not be included because
they would normally be expected to be found on the target system or
because they are part of a package which requires independent
installation anyway."""
if sys.platform == "win32":
return ["comctl32.dll", "oci.dll", "cx_Logging.pyd"]
else:
return ["libclntsh.so", "libwtc9.so"]
def _GetDefaultBinIncludes(self):
"""Return the file names of libraries which must be included for the
frozen executable to work."""
if sys.platform == "win32":
pythonDll = "python%s%s.dll" % sys.version_info[:2]
return [pythonDll, "gdiplus.dll", "mfc71.dll", "msvcp71.dll",
"msvcr71.dll"]
else:
soName = distutils.sysconfig.get_config_var("INSTSONAME")
if soName is None:
return []
pythonSharedLib = self._RemoveVersionNumbers(soName)
return [pythonSharedLib]
def _GetDefaultBinPathExcludes(self):
"""Return the paths of directories which contain files that should not
be included, generally because they contain standard system
libraries."""
if sys.platform == "win32":
import cx_Freeze.util
systemDir = cx_Freeze.util.GetSystemDir()
windowsDir = cx_Freeze.util.GetWindowsDir()
return [windowsDir, systemDir, os.path.join(windowsDir, "WinSxS")]
elif sys.platform == "darwin":
return ["/lib", "/usr/lib", "/System/Library/Frameworks"]
else:
return ["/lib", "/lib32", "/lib64", "/usr/lib", "/usr/lib32",
"/usr/lib64"]
def _GetDependentFiles(self, path):
"""Return the file's dependencies using platform-specific tools (the
imagehlp library on Windows, otool on Mac OS X and ldd on Linux);
limit this list by the exclusion lists as needed"""
dirname = os.path.dirname(path)
dependentFiles = self.dependentFiles.get(path)
if dependentFiles is None:
if sys.platform == "win32":
origPath = os.environ["PATH"]
os.environ["PATH"] = origPath + os.pathsep + \
os.pathsep.join(sys.path)
import cx_Freeze.util
try:
dependentFiles = cx_Freeze.util.GetDependentFiles(path)
except cx_Freeze.util.BindError:
# Sometimes this gets called when path is not actually a library
# See issue 88
dependentFiles = []
os.environ["PATH"] = origPath
else:
dependentFiles = []
if sys.platform == "darwin":
command = 'otool -L "%s"' % path
splitString = " (compatibility"
dependentFileIndex = 0
else:
command = 'ldd "%s"' % path
splitString = " => "
dependentFileIndex = 1
for line in os.popen(command):
parts = line.expandtabs().strip().split(splitString)
if len(parts) != 2:
continue
dependentFile = parts[dependentFileIndex].strip()
if dependentFile == os.path.basename(path):
continue
if dependentFile in ("not found", "(file not found)"):
fileName = parts[0]
if fileName not in self.linkerWarnings:
self.linkerWarnings[fileName] = None
message = "WARNING: cannot find %s\n" % fileName
sys.stdout.write(message)
continue
if dependentFile.startswith("("):
continue
pos = dependentFile.find(" (")
if pos >= 0:
dependentFile = dependentFile[:pos].strip()
if dependentFile:
dependentFiles.append(dependentFile)
if sys.platform == "darwin":
# Make library paths absolute. This is needed to use
# cx_Freeze on OSX in e.g. a conda-based distribution.
# Note that with @rpath we just assume Python's lib dir,
# which should work in most cases.
dependentFiles = [p.replace('@loader_path', dirname)
for p in dependentFiles]
dependentFiles = [p.replace('@rpath', sys.prefix + '/lib')
for p in dependentFiles]
dependentFiles = self.dependentFiles[path] = \
[self._CheckDependentFile(f, dirname) \
for f in dependentFiles if self._ShouldCopyFile(f)]
return dependentFiles
def _CheckDependentFile(self, dependentFile, dirname):
"""If the file does not exist, try to locate it in the directory of the
parent file (this is to workaround an issue in how otool returns
dependencies. See issue #292.
https://github.com/anthony-tuininga/cx_Freeze/issues/292"""
if os.path.isfile(dependentFile):
return dependentFile
basename = os.path.basename(dependentFile)
joined = os.path.join(dirname, basename)
if os.path.isfile(joined):
return joined
raise FileNotFoundError("otool returned a dependent file that "
"could not be found: " + dependentFile)
def _GetModuleFinder(self, argsSource = None):
if argsSource is None:
argsSource = self
finder = cx_Freeze.ModuleFinder(self.includeFiles, self.excludes,
self.path, self.replacePaths)
for name in self.namespacePackages:
package = finder.IncludeModule(name, namespace = True)
package.ExtendPath()
for name in self.includes:
finder.IncludeModule(name)
for name in self.packages:
finder.IncludePackage(name)
return finder
def _IncludeMSVCR(self, exe):
msvcRuntimeDll = None
targetDir = os.path.dirname(exe.targetName)
for fullName in self.filesCopied:
path, name = os.path.split(os.path.normcase(fullName))
if name.startswith("msvcr") and name.endswith(".dll"):
msvcRuntimeDll = name
for otherName in [name.replace("r", c) for c in "mp"]:
sourceName = os.path.join(self.msvcRuntimeDir, otherName)
if not os.path.exists(sourceName):
continue
targetName = os.path.join(targetDir, otherName)
self._CopyFile(sourceName, targetName,
copyDependentFiles = False)
break
if msvcRuntimeDll is not None and msvcRuntimeDll == "msvcr90.dll":
if struct.calcsize("P") == 4:
arch = "x86"
else:
arch = "amd64"
manifest = MSVCR_MANIFEST_TEMPLATE.strip().replace("{PROC_ARCH}",
arch)
fileName = os.path.join(targetDir, "Microsoft.VC90.CRT.manifest")
sys.stdout.write("creating %s\n" % fileName)
open(fileName, "w").write(manifest)
def _PrintReport(self, fileName, modules):
sys.stdout.write("writing zip file %s\n\n" % fileName)
sys.stdout.write(" %-25s %s\n" % ("Name", "File"))
sys.stdout.write(" %-25s %s\n" % ("----", "----"))
for module in modules:
if module.path:
sys.stdout.write("P")
else:
sys.stdout.write("m")
sys.stdout.write(" %-25s %s\n" % (module.name, module.file or ""))
sys.stdout.write("\n")
def _RemoveFile(self, path):
if os.path.exists(path):
os.chmod(path, stat.S_IWRITE)
os.remove(path)
def _RemoveVersionNumbers(self, libName):
tweaked = False
parts = libName.split(".")
while parts:
if not parts[-1].isdigit():
break
parts.pop(-1)
tweaked = True
if tweaked:
libName = ".".join(parts)
return libName
def _ShouldCopyFile(self, path):
"""Return true if the file should be copied to the target machine. This
is done by checking the binPathIncludes, binPathExcludes,
binIncludes and binExcludes configuration variables using first the
full file name, then just the base file name, then the file name
without any version numbers.
Files are included unless specifically excluded but inclusions take
precedence over exclusions."""
# check for C runtime, if desired
path = os.path.normcase(path)
dirName, fileName = os.path.split(path)
if fileName.startswith("msvcr") and fileName.endswith(".dll"):
self.msvcRuntimeDir = dirName
return self.includeMSVCR
# check the full path
if path in self.binIncludes:
return True
if path in self.binExcludes:
return False
# check the file name by itself (with any included version numbers)
if fileName in self.binIncludes:
return True
if fileName in self.binExcludes:
return False
# check the file name by itself (version numbers removed)
name = self._RemoveVersionNumbers(fileName)
if name in self.binIncludes:
return True
if name in self.binExcludes:
return False
# check the path for inclusion/exclusion
for path in self.binPathIncludes:
if dirName.startswith(path):
return True
for path in self.binPathExcludes:
if dirName.startswith(path):
return False
return True
def _ShouldIncludeInFileSystem(self, module):
if module.parent is not None:
return self._ShouldIncludeInFileSystem(module.parent)
if module.path is None or module.file is None:
return False
if self.zipIncludeAllPackages \
and module.name not in self.zipExcludePackages \
or module.name in self.zipIncludePackages:
return False
return True
def _VerifyConfiguration(self):
if self.compress is None:
self.compress = True
if self.targetDir is None:
self.targetDir = os.path.abspath("dist")
if self.path is None:
self.path = sys.path
for sourceFileName, targetFileName in \
self.includeFiles + self.zipIncludes:
if not os.path.exists(sourceFileName):
raise ConfigError("cannot find file/directory named %s",
sourceFileName)
if os.path.isabs(targetFileName):
raise ConfigError("target file/directory cannot be absolute")
self.zipExcludeAllPackages = "*" in self.zipExcludePackages
self.zipIncludeAllPackages = "*" in self.zipIncludePackages
if self.zipExcludeAllPackages and self.zipIncludeAllPackages:
raise ConfigError("all packages cannot be included and excluded " \
"from the zip file at the same time")
for name in self.zipIncludePackages:
if name in self.zipExcludePackages:
raise ConfigError("package %s cannot be both included and " \
"excluded from zip file", name)
for executable in self.executables:
executable._VerifyConfiguration(self)
def _WriteModules(self, fileName, finder):
for module in self.constantsModules:
module.Create(finder)
modules = [m for m in finder.modules \
if m.name not in self.excludeModules]
modules.sort(key = lambda m: m.name)
if not self.silent:
self._PrintReport(fileName, modules)
finder.ReportMissingModules()
targetDir = os.path.dirname(fileName)
self._CreateDirectory(targetDir)
# Prepare zip file
outFile = zipfile.PyZipFile(fileName, "w", zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED)
filesToCopy = []
magic = imp.get_magic()
ignorePatterns = shutil.ignore_patterns("*.py", "*.pyc", "*.pyo",
"__pycache__")
for module in modules:
# determine if the module should be written to the file system;
# a number of packages make the assumption that files that they
# require will be found in a location relative to where
# they are located on disk; these packages will fail with strange
# errors when they are written to a zip file instead
includeInFileSystem = self._ShouldIncludeInFileSystem(module)
# if the module refers to a package, check to see if this package
# should be included in the zip file or should be written to the
# file system; if the package should be written to the file system,
# any non-Python files are copied at this point if the target
# directory does not already exist
if module.path is not None and includeInFileSystem:
parts = module.name.split(".")
targetPackageDir = os.path.join(targetDir, *parts)
sourcePackageDir = os.path.dirname(module.file)
if not os.path.exists(targetPackageDir):
print("Copying data from package", module.name + "...")
shutil.copytree(sourcePackageDir, targetPackageDir,
ignore = ignorePatterns)
# if an extension module is found in a package that is to be
# included in a zip file, save a Python loader in the zip file and
# copy the actual file to the build directory because shared
# libraries cannot be loaded from a zip file
if module.code is None and module.file is not None \
and not includeInFileSystem:
fileName = os.path.basename(module.file)
if "." in module.name:
baseFileName, ext = os.path.splitext(fileName)
fileName = module.name + ext
generatedFileName = "ExtensionLoader_%s.py" % \
module.name.replace(".", "_")
module.code = compile(EXTENSION_LOADER_SOURCE % fileName,
generatedFileName, "exec")
target = os.path.join(targetDir, fileName)
filesToCopy.append((module, target))
# starting with Python 3.3 the pyc file format contains the source
# size; it is not actually used for anything except determining if
# the file is up to date so we can safely set this value to zero
if module.code is not None:
if module.file is not None and os.path.exists(module.file):
stat = os.stat(module.file)
mtime = stat.st_mtime
size = stat.st_size & 0xFFFFFFFF
else:
mtime = time.time()
size = 0
if sys.version_info[:2] < (3, 7):
header = magic + struct.pack("<ii", int(mtime), size)
else:
header = magic + struct.pack("<iii", 0, int(mtime), size)
data = header + marshal.dumps(module.code)
# if the module should be written to the file system, do so
if includeInFileSystem:
parts = module.name.split(".")
if module.code is None:
parts.pop()
parts.append(os.path.basename(module.file))
targetName = os.path.join(targetDir, *parts)
self._CopyFile(module.file, targetName,
copyDependentFiles = True)
else:
if module.path is not None:
parts.append("__init__")
targetName = os.path.join(targetDir, *parts) + ".pyc"
open(targetName, "wb").write(data)
# otherwise, write to the zip file
elif module.code is not None:
zipTime = time.localtime(mtime)[:6]
fileName = "/".join(module.name.split("."))
if module.path:
fileName += "/__init__"
zinfo = zipfile.ZipInfo(fileName + ".pyc", zipTime)
if self.compress:
zinfo.compress_type = zipfile.ZIP_DEFLATED
outFile.writestr(zinfo, data)
# write any files to the zip file that were requested specially
for sourceFileName, targetFileName in self.zipIncludes:
outFile.write(sourceFileName, targetFileName)
outFile.close()
# Copy Python extension modules from the list built above.
origPath = os.environ["PATH"]
for module, target in filesToCopy:
try:
if module.parent is not None:
path = os.pathsep.join([origPath] + module.parent.path)
os.environ["PATH"] = path
self._CopyFile(module.file, target, copyDependentFiles = True)
finally:
os.environ["PATH"] = origPath
def Freeze(self):
self.finder = None
self.excludeModules = {}
self.dependentFiles = {}
self.filesCopied = {}
self.linkerWarnings = {}
self.msvcRuntimeDir = None
import cx_Freeze.util
cx_Freeze.util.SetOptimizeFlag(self.optimizeFlag)
self.finder = self._GetModuleFinder()
for executable in self.executables:
self._FreezeExecutable(executable)
targetDir = self.targetDir
zipTargetDir = os.path.join(targetDir, "lib")
fileName = os.path.join(zipTargetDir, "library.zip")
self._RemoveFile(fileName)
self._WriteModules(fileName, self.finder)
for sourceFileName, targetFileName in self.includeFiles:
if os.path.isdir(sourceFileName):
# Copy directories by recursing into them.
# Can't use shutil.copytree because we may need dependencies
for path, dirNames, fileNames in os.walk(sourceFileName):
shortPath = path[len(sourceFileName) + 1:]
if ".svn" in dirNames:
dirNames.remove(".svn")
if "CVS" in dirNames:
dirNames.remove("CVS")
fullTargetDir = os.path.join(targetDir,
targetFileName, shortPath)
self._CreateDirectory(fullTargetDir)
for fileName in fileNames:
fullSourceName = os.path.join(path, fileName)
fullTargetName = os.path.join(fullTargetDir, fileName)
self._CopyFile(fullSourceName, fullTargetName,
copyDependentFiles = True)
else:
# Copy regular files.
fullName = os.path.join(targetDir, targetFileName)
self._CopyFile(sourceFileName, fullName,
copyDependentFiles = True)
class ConfigError(Exception):
def __init__(self, format, *args):
self.what = format % args
def __str__(self):
return self.what
class Executable(object):
def __init__(self, script, initScript = None, base = None,
targetName = None, icon = None, shortcutName = None,
shortcutDir = None, copyright = None, trademarks = None):
self.script = script
self.initScript = initScript or "Console"
self.base = base or "Console"
self.targetName = targetName
self.icon = icon
self.shortcutName = shortcutName
self.shortcutDir = shortcutDir
self.copyright = copyright
self.trademarks = trademarks
def __repr__(self):
return "<Executable script=%s>" % self.script
def _VerifyConfiguration(self, freezer):
self._GetInitScriptFileName()
self._GetBaseFileName()
if self.targetName is None:
name, ext = os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(self.script))
baseName, ext = os.path.splitext(self.base)
self.targetName = name + ext
name, ext = os.path.splitext(self.targetName)
self.moduleName = "%s__main__" % os.path.normcase(name)
self.initModuleName = "%s__init__" % os.path.normcase(name)
self.targetName = os.path.join(freezer.targetDir, self.targetName)
def _GetBaseFileName(self):
name = self.base
ext = ".exe" if sys.platform == "win32" else ""
self.base = get_resource_file_path("bases", name, ext)
if self.base is None:
raise ConfigError("no base named %s", name)
def _GetInitScriptFileName(self):
name = self.initScript
self.initScript = get_resource_file_path("initscripts", name, ".py")
if self.initScript is None:
raise ConfigError("no initscript named %s", name)
class ConstantsModule(object):
def __init__(self, releaseString = None, copyright = None,
moduleName = "BUILD_CONSTANTS", timeFormat = "%B %d, %Y %H:%M:%S"):
self.moduleName = moduleName
self.timeFormat = timeFormat
self.values = {}
self.values["BUILD_RELEASE_STRING"] = releaseString
self.values["BUILD_COPYRIGHT"] = copyright
def Create(self, finder):
"""Create the module which consists of declaration statements for each
of the values."""
today = datetime.datetime.today()
sourceTimestamp = 0
for module in finder.modules:
if module.file is None:
continue
if module.inZipFile:
continue
if not os.path.exists(module.file):
raise ConfigError("no file named %s (for module %s)",
module.file, module.name)
timestamp = os.stat(module.file).st_mtime
sourceTimestamp = max(sourceTimestamp, timestamp)
sourceTimestamp = datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(sourceTimestamp)
self.values["BUILD_TIMESTAMP"] = today.strftime(self.timeFormat)
self.values["BUILD_HOST"] = socket.gethostname().split(".")[0]
self.values["SOURCE_TIMESTAMP"] = \
sourceTimestamp.strftime(self.timeFormat)
module = finder._AddModule(self.moduleName)
sourceParts = []
names = list(self.values.keys())
names.sort()
for name in names:
value = self.values[name]
sourceParts.append("%s = %r" % (name, value))
source = "\n".join(sourceParts)
module.code = compile(source, "%s.py" % self.moduleName, "exec")
return module
class VersionInfo(object):
def __init__(self, version, internalName = None, originalFileName = None,
comments = None, company = None, description = None,
copyright = None, trademarks = None, product = None, dll = False,
debug = False, verbose = True):
parts = version.split(".")
while len(parts) < 4:
parts.append("0")
self.version = ".".join(parts)
self.internal_name = internalName
self.original_filename = originalFileName
self.comments = comments
self.company = company
self.description = description
self.copyright = copyright
self.trademarks = trademarks
self.product = product
self.dll = dll
self.debug = debug
self.verbose = verbose