Provided by: cx-freeze_4.3.1-0ubuntu1_amd64
cxfreeze - create standalone executables from Python scripts
cxfreeze [options] [SCRIPT]
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.
--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
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cxfreeze was written by Anthony Tuininga <firstname.lastname@example.org> and this manual page by Siegfried-A. Gevatter <email@example.com>.