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NVDA onefile


bhanu computer
 
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hello NVDA developers. as i know you develop NVDA using python. but if your uusing pyinstaller to compile NVDA executable, why dont you use --onefile in cmd for example your python file name is NVDA then why dont you use like pyinstaller NVDA.py -w --onefile? if it  have any problem then you can dont use. this is just a suggestion. thankyou


 

Hi,

No, we are using Py2exe to transform NVDA into a binary executable.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of bhanu computer
Sent: Friday, May 1, 2020 7:33 PM
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Subject: [nvda] NVDA onefile

 

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hello NVDA developers. as i know you develop NVDA using python. but if your uusing pyinstaller to compile NVDA executable, why dont you use --onefile in cmd for example your python file name is NVDA then why dont you use like pyinstaller NVDA.py -w --onefile? if it  have any problem then you can dont use. this is just a suggestion. thankyou


Sean
 

NVDA is not suitable for using PyInstaller.
But you can create an nfs archive with a program like winrar or 7zip, and add something that automatically starts NVDA after the archive is extracted. WinRar has such a support.

On 02/05/2020 05:32, bhanu computer wrote:

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hello NVDA developers. as i know you develop NVDA using python. but if your uusing pyinstaller to compile NVDA executable, why dont you use --onefile in cmd for example your python file name is NVDA then why dont you use like pyinstaller NVDA.py -w --onefile? if it  have any problem then you can dont use. this is just a suggestion. thankyou
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