Is there a way to create nice installable applications with GUI and hard lock licenses from python just like we create in Visual Studio?

I am familiar with cx_freeze, py2exe and pyInstaller that convert python scripts to executable programs which can be further bundled with NSIS as windows installers.

But I have run into issues with these tools: 1. with some python modules like pandas and SimpleCV, executables give errors which I have tried to resolve through module developers as well as developers of the above tools but to no luck.

Is there a way to create nice installable applications with GUI and hard lock licenses from python just like we create in Visual Studio?

Or would I have to rewrite my python program in Csharp or CPP etc.?

I hope someone can answer, I am not sure if IronPython would help in this regard?

EDIT : I tried IronPython, but with 2.7 I cannot import many python modules like the one I mentioned. If someone knows better, please guide....

Answers


If you want to integrate NSIS and Visual Studio use this third party addon called Visual & Installer: http://www.unsigned-softworks.sk/visual-installer/index.html

Working fine with Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010 and 2012.


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