cx_Freeze is a set of utilities for freezing Python scripts into executables in a cross platform way, using many of the techniques found in Thomas Heller's py2exe, Gordon McMillan's Installer, and the Freeze utility that ships with Python itself.
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Release Notes: This release completes support for Python 3.3 and adds support for copying the MSVC runtime DLLs and manifest file if desired. A few minor bugs were also addressed.
Release Notes: This version adds support for Python 3.2, improves the hooks for a couple of modules, and adds a sample for a Tkinter application.
Release Notes: This release improves the hooks for a number of packages (including twitter and PyQt) and fixes a number of bugs uncovered by the release of Python 2.7.1. It also adds support for creating version resources on Windows and fixes installing frozen executables in Windows with Python 3.x.
Release Notes: This version fixes MSI packages for Python 2.7, adds support for Windows services on 64-bit Windows platforms, adds some additional hooks, and fixes a number of other minor issues.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Python 2.7 and improves support for Python 3.1 and Mac OS X. Hooks for a number of modules were added or improved based on user feedback. A number of improvements were also made to the creation of MSI packages and several bugs were squashed.