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[Windows] Add defaults to include tkinter surely. #493

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@Suzumizaki Suzumizaki commented Jul 19, 2019

With Python 3.7, the environment variables both TCL_LIBRARY and TK_LIBRARY are not set.

This fix will find tcl/tk libraries and dlls automatically, that would help many many many peoples who want to include tkinter with cx_Freeze, all over the internet :)

Tested on Python 3.7.4(x64) and 3.7.3(x86).

With Python 3.7, the environment variables both TCL_LIBRARY and TK_LIBRARY are not set.

This fix will find tcl/tk libraries and dlls automatically, that would help many many many peoples who want to include tkinter with cx_Freeze, all over the internet :)

Tested on Python 3.7.4(x64).
@anthony-tuininga anthony-tuininga merged commit d7f0bed into marcelotduarte:master Aug 10, 2019
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@Suzumizaki Suzumizaki commented Aug 10, 2019

Thank you!

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Suzumizaki added a commit to Suzumizaki/cx_Freeze that referenced this issue Aug 13, 2019
With Python 3.7, the environment variables both TCL_LIBRARY and TK_LIBRARY are not set.

This fix will find tcl/tk libraries and dlls automatically, that would help many many many peoples who want to include tkinter with cx_Freeze, all over the internet :)

Tested on Python 3.7.4(x64).
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