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NAME

       cxfreeze - create standalone executables from Python scripts

SYNOPSIS

       cxfreeze [options] [SCRIPT]

DESCRIPTION

       cxfreeze is an application to freeze Python scripts and all of the modules their reference
       into a  base  executable  which  can  then  be  distributed  without  requiring  a  Python
       installation.

OPTIONS

       --version
              show program's version number and exit

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -O     optimize  generated  bytecode as per PYTHONOPTIMIZE; use -OO in order to remove doc
              strings

       -c, --compress
              compress byte code in zip files

       --base-name=NAME
              file on which to base the target file; if the name of the file is not  an  absolute
              file  name, the subdirectory bases (rooted in the directory in which the freezer is
              found) will be searched for a file matching the name

       --init-script=NAME
              script which will be executed upon startup; if the name  of  the  file  is  not  an
              absolute  file name, the subdirectory initscripts (rooted in the directory in which
              the cx_Freeze package is found) will be searched for a file matching the name

       --target-dir=DIR, --install-dir=DIR
              the directory in which to place the target file and any dependent files

       --target-name=NAME
              the name of the file to create instead of the base  name  of  the  script  and  the
              extension of the base binary

       --no-copy-deps
              do  not copy the dependent files (extensions, shared libraries, etc.) to the target
              directory; this also modifies the default init  script  to  ConsoleKeepPath.py  and
              means that the target executable requires a Python installation to execute properly

       --default-path=DIRS
              list  of paths separated by the standard path separator for the platform which will
              be used to initialize sys.path prior to running the module finder

       --include-path=DIRS
              list of paths separated by the standard path separator for the platform which  will
              be used to modify sys.path prior to running the module finder

       --replace-paths=DIRECTIVES
              replace  all  the  paths  in  modules  found  in  the  given  paths  with the given
              replacement string; multiple values are separated by the  standard  path  separator
              and  each  value  is of the form path=replacement_string; path can be * which means
              all paths not already specified

       --include-modules=NAMES
              comma separated list of modules to include

       --exclude-modules=NAMES
              comma separated list of modules to exclude

       --ext-list-file=NAME
              name of file in which to place the list of dependent files which were  copied  into
              the target directory

       -z SPEC, --zip-include=SPEC
              name  of  file  to  add to the zip file or a specification of the form name=arcname
              which will specify the archive name to use; multiple --zip-include arguments can be
              used

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2007-2008 Colt Engineering. All rights reserved.
       Copyright © 2001-2006 Computronix Corporation. All rights reserved.

AUTHOR

       cxfreeze was written by Anthony Tuininga <anthony.tuininga@gmail.com> and this manual page
       by Siegfried-A. Gevatter <rainct@ubuntu.com>.