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include_msvcr doesn't bundle vcruntime140.dll when bdist_msi is run inside a virtualenv #275

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henryborchers opened this Issue Jun 6, 2017 · 1 comment

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henryborchers commented Jun 6, 2017

include_msvcr doesn't seem to add vcruntime140.dll to the package if it's built inside the virtualenv but has no trouble if built outside.

I'm building on a Windows Server 2012 R2
Python 3.6 64-bit.

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I think this is an issue with virtualenv not copying vcruntime140.dll into the virtual environment. If this file is manually copied to the virtual environment then the build works fine for me.

I noticed when using venv instead of virtualenv, the corresponding virtual environment has vcruntime140.dll copied to it and I have no issues with the cx_Freeze build.

Here is a related bug report on the virtualenv issue tracker.

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rcutmore commented Jun 22, 2017

I think this is an issue with virtualenv not copying vcruntime140.dll into the virtual environment. If this file is manually copied to the virtual environment then the build works fine for me.

I noticed when using venv instead of virtualenv, the corresponding virtual environment has vcruntime140.dll copied to it and I have no issues with the cx_Freeze build.

Here is a related bug report on the virtualenv issue tracker.

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