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Title: bdist_wininst installers fail to load extensions built with Issue4120 patch
Type: Stage: resolved
Components: Distutils, Windows Versions: Python 3.4, Python 3.5, Python 2.7
Status: closed Resolution: wont fix
Dependencies: Superseder:
Assigned To: mhammond Nosy List: Garen, John.Cary, abenard, alexis, almar, cgohlke, dstufft, eric.araujo, eric.smith, koen, loewis, mhammond, python-dev, sable, steve.dower, tarek, techtonik, tim.golden, vstinner, zach.ware
Priority: normal Keywords: patch

Created on 2010-02-01 22:12 by cgohlke, last changed 2022-04-11 14:56 by admin. This issue is now closed.

File name Uploaded Description Edit
bdist_wininst.vcproj.patch cgohlke, 2010-02-01 22:12 review cgohlke, 2010-02-02 00:02
msvc9compiler_stripruntimes_revised.patch cgohlke, 2010-02-04 00:37 review
msvc9compiler_stripruntimes_trunk.patch cgohlke, 2010-05-10 22:30 review
bug-7833-overridable-manifest-settings.patch mhammond, 2011-10-03 06:36 patch with same behaviour but more override friendly
bug-7833-overridable-manifest-settings-with-test.patch mhammond, 2011-10-08 00:25
bug-7833-tweaks-plus-news.patch mhammond, 2011-10-14 01:12
Messages (38)
msg98694 - (view) Author: Christoph Gohlke (cgohlke) Date: 2010-02-01 22:12
Wininst-9.0.exe and wininst-9.0-amd64.exe are missing MSVCRT90 dependencies in the embedded manifest.

While testing installers of pywin32 <> version 214 built with Python 2.6.4 and the msvc9compiler_stripruntimes_regexp2.diff patch from Issue4120 <>, I noticed that the post_install script fails with an ImportError while trying to load extensions without embedded MSVCRT90 manifest:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<string>", line 601, in <module>
  File "<string>", line 311, in install
  File "<string>", line 149, in LoadSystemModule
ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.

The code that fails is:

    mod = imp.load_module(modname, None, filename, ('.dll', 'rb', imp.C_EXTENSION))

where modname='pywintypes' and filename points to an existing 'pywintypes26.dll' file. 

The post_install script runs fine when executed from the main python.exe interpreter.

A possible fix is to embed a MSVCRT90 dependency into wininst-9.0.exe and wininst-9.0-amd64.exe using the following linker switches:

/MANIFESTDEPENDENCY:"type='Win32' name='Microsoft.VC90.CRT' version='9.0.21022.8' processorArchitecture='X86' publicKeyToken='1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b'"

/MANIFESTDEPENDENCY:"type='Win32' name='Microsoft.VC90.CRT' version='9.0.21022.8' processorArchitecture='amd64' publicKeyToken='1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b'" 

See also <>

A patch against the Python 2.6 PCbuild\bdist_wininst.vcproj is attached. I tested it with Python 2.6.4, 32 and 64 bit, and pywin32 214 installers built with the following command:

  python.exe bdist_wininst --user-access-control=auto
msg98696 - (view) Author: Martin v. Löwis (loewis) * (Python committer) Date: 2010-02-01 22:35
This doesn't look right. IIUC, wininst.exe loads python26.dll, which in turn loads pywintypes.dll. So it should be python26.dll which loads the CRT.

IIUC, wininst.exe is linked statically, precisely to avoid a dependency on the CRT assembly.
msg98699 - (view) Author: Christoph Gohlke (cgohlke) Date: 2010-02-02 00:02
The last line of my previous post should actually read 
  python.exe bdist_wininst

Anyway, here are three files (also attached) that can reproduce the problem:


from distutils.core import setup, Extension
setup(name='testpyd', scripts = [""],
    ext_modules=[Extension('testpyd', ['testpyd.c'],)],
    options = {"bdist_wininst": {"install_script": 
        "", "user_access_control": "auto"},})

2) testpyd.c

#include "Python.h"
PyMethodDef methods[] = {{NULL, NULL},};
void inittestpyd() {(void)Py_InitModule("testpyd", methods);}


import testpyd

Build the installer with python 2.6 and Issue4120 patch applied:
    python bdist_wininst

Run the installer:

The postinstall script fails with:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.

According to Sysinternals process monitor python26.dll is loaded from the system32 directory, the testpyd.pyd extension is found at the right place, and then the Windows path is searched in vain for MSVCR90.DLL.

Tested on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit.
msg98805 - (view) Author: Christoph Gohlke (cgohlke) Date: 2010-02-04 00:37
I thought one conclusion of the discussion on issue4120 was that any executable, which embeds Python and imports MSVCR9 dependent extensions, must now provide the manifest for the MSVCR9 runtimes, either embedded or as a separate file. See <> and responses. Why shouldn't this apply to wininst executables?

Another observation: importing the winsound extension in the postinstall script works even though it also depends on MSVCR90.DLL. Winsound.pyd does not have an embedded manifest. It is linked with /MANIFEST:NO. Apparently there is a difference between an "empty" manifest and no manifest. 

How about a patch that does:

1) not embed any manifest into PYD files if the manifest contains only a single MSVCR90 dependentAssembly element. 

2) remove the MSVCR90 dependentAssembly element from manifests embedded into PYD files if the manifest defines additional dependentAssembly elements (e.g. for MFC or Common Controls). This is essentially what the msvc9compiler_stripruntimes patch does now.

3) not embed manifests into any file (EXE, PYD, or DLL) if '/MANIFEST:NO' is defined in extra_link_args. Extension developers can then provide external manifest files.

4) not touch the default manifests embedded into EXE and DLL files. The msvc9compiler_stripruntimes currently produces DLLs that can not be used standalone, such as pythoncom26.dll from the pywin32 package (I can file a separate bug if requested). Pythoncom26.dll is meant to be placed in the system32 folder and to be used outside of a Python environment, i.e. from the Windows Scripting Host. Several pywin32 tests fail with the pythoncom26.dll built with the msvc9compiler_stripruntimes patch. Placing a MSVCR9 manifest file into the system32 folder next to the pythoncom26.dll is not an option.

A tentative patch against the Python 2.6 branch is attached. I will test it further.

(1) and (4) will solve the original pywin32 wininstaller problem without changing wininst.exe.

As it is now the installer and some functionality of the pywin32 package will likely break if pywin32 is built on Python 2.6.5.
msg104316 - (view) Author: Koen van de Sande (koen) Date: 2010-04-27 12:43
There should be no manifest embedded into wininst, because then the cases which Issue 4120 fixed (a CRT installed into a local folder, instead of system-wide, due to limited access rights), will 'break' again: the installer can then no longer work unless there is a system-wide installation of the CRT.

Option #1, #2 and #3 all sound reasonable (and #2 is the current situation).

I have some doubts about option #4: it is a very specific use case, and then the whole benefit of issue 4120 is lost, because stripping runtimes would have to be removed again. Why is putting a separate manifest file next to the DLL not an option? Combined with #3 (allow extension developer to disable embedding of manifests) a separate manifest can fix the problem.
msg104318 - (view) Author: Koen van de Sande (koen) Date: 2010-04-27 12:49
Concerning the patch: what happens when the developer already added /MANIFEST:NO to the flags, and the code deduces that MSVCR9 is the only runtime, e.g. the case where /MANIFEST:NO is in the flags twice? Does the linker handle this OK, or does there need to be an additional check as to not have it twice?
msg104341 - (view) Author: Christoph Gohlke (cgohlke) Date: 2010-04-27 18:03
> I have some doubts about option #4: it is a very specific use case, and then the whole benefit of issue 4120 is lost

Pythoncom are pywintypes are indeed special cases: Out of the 170 DLL files in my Python site-packages directory, these seem to be the only ones built with distutils. All other DLLs are apparently built without  Python involvement using make, nmake, CMake, or Visual Studio and most of them contain embedded manifests, which is the default when using nmake, CMake, or Visual Studio. Practically, to make a standalone distribution of any Python 2.6/3.1 application with external DLL dependencies likely requires to provide external manifest files. The issue4120 patch does not change this situation and I don't see any sane way to patch Python/distutils that could. The main benefit of the issue4120 patch, as I see it, is that PYD files produced by distutils work in a standalone distribution without any further attention. Msvc9compiler_stripruntimes_revised.patch does not change this.

My reasoning for this patch (besides fixing the bdist_wininst installer issue) was to allow the popular pywin32 package to build without changes, and offer a way for other extension packages to exclude manifests from DLL files if required (apparently not that common). Alternatively one could provide a mechanism to embed specific manifests into DLLs. Is that currently possible? Then pywin32 could be fixed.

> Why is putting a separate manifest file next to the DLL not an option?

Because the pythoncom dll is currently installed into the Windows system directory. Putting manifest files there will pollute the system directory even more and possibly interfere with other system components if not done right (not tested). But again, pywin32 could be fixed to not install the DLL/manifest files into the system directory.

Which Python packages other than pywin32 build DLL files via distutils? I don't know any.

Can anyone provide a minimal script and C file that produces a DLL file for testing?
msg104382 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2010-04-27 23:37
the pywin32 DLLs have 2 heads.  They are Python extension modules as well as regular DLLs.  They are built by distutils and therefore have no manifests - I think many packages use distutils to build their extension modules - it is just that they usually don't have a .dll extension.

I fear that simply adding a manifest to those DLLs will put them in the same position we have before issue4120 was addressed, and these .dlls do need a way to be installed into System32 (or somewhere else on the global PATH) to function as COM servers etc.  I need to experiment with this.
msg105473 - (view) Author: Christoph Gohlke (cgohlke) Date: 2010-05-10 22:30
The bdist_wininst and DLL build issues also exist in Python 2.7b2. A patch against svn trunk is attached. 

The pywin32 v214 package fails as reported earlier when built with Python 2.7b2. It installs and functions when built with this patch.
msg106855 - (view) Author: anatoly techtonik (techtonik) Date: 2010-06-01 20:08
I see that this issue mentions --user-access-control option. Can somebody also check if issue8870 and issue8871 are related to this one?
msg106867 - (view) Author: Koen van de Sande (koen) Date: 2010-06-01 23:41
issue8870 and issue8871 are not related to this one. There, the UAC elevation fails, here the issue is with the MS runtimes, elevation is working fine.
msg128775 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-02-18 06:06
I'm failing to get a new pywin32 out of the door due to this issue.  I've spent a few hours playing with this and I think the analysis is generally correct here.  The key thing is that when using distutils, the extensions end up with a manifest (albeit one without a reference to the CRT) whereas the extensions shipped with Python have no manifest at all.

I agree with Martin that it seems strange the CRT fails to be used even though the CRT is obviously already loaded, but it seems to be a fact.  I can't find much on this, but suspect it relates to the different "activation contexts" in use and how the activation contexts are designed to allow side-by-side loading of DLLs; Windows doesn't know if the version of the DLL already loaded is suitable.  I also guess that the fact the DLL has *any* manifest means they use a more strict interpretation of things (ie, refuse to use already loaded ones) whereas a dll with no manifest gets given a little more slack.

I can confirm that with the attached patch, pywin32 builds and installs fine on a machine without the CRT installed globally - so I'm +1 on this patch with one caveat:  The check for '.pyd' should either be expanded to include '.dll', or else the check should just use the 'target_desc == CCompiler.EXECUTABLE' condition already used.

I'm happy to make the change once I get some feedback and/or guidance about where I should check this in - I believe it is too late for python 2.6 which is a shame...
msg129610 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-02-27 03:36
Thinking more about this, I think the approach of this patch is more complex than necessary.  I think a better patch would be one which *unconditionally* removes the manifest from extension modules.  For maximum flexibility though, we should probably allow a hook so can specify the name of (or contents of) a manifest file to use when linking with the default being None.
msg129611 - (view) Author: Christoph Gohlke (cgohlke) Date: 2011-02-27 05:00
The proposed patch was meant to be backwards compatible. Unconditionally removing the whole assembly/manifest from extensions could break extensions that have additional dependencies, such as MFC or Common Controls. PyQt4 extensions for example depend on Common Controls. 

Btw, there is a discussion at <> and <> about the need to put the msvcr90 manifest back into the psycopg.pyd file in order to work properly under Apache's mod_wsgi, which is linked against msvcrt.
msg129612 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-02-27 05:22
I'm wondering if, in practice, extensions which need a manifest can have the manifest being generated completely by the linker - ie, I expect that in most cases where something other than the CRT or MFC is needed in the manifest, the author will want to specify an explicit manifest file rather than one generated by the linker.

And worse, those extensions are going to be screwed anyway - the fact the manifest remains at all will mean they probably fail to load for reasons already discussed in this bug. IOW, not having a manifest at all is about the only way to ensure the module will be loaded correctly.

Re adding a manifest back in - I've struck the exact same problem with pywin32 - any DLLs which are "entry points" into Python need to have a manifest - eg, pythoncomxx and a few other pywin32 ones.  This left me with a dilemma for pythoncom - as it is both an "entry-point" (ie, COM loads that DLL) and a regular Python module, I simultaneously needed a manifest (to work when loaded by COM) and needed to *not* have one (to work when loaded by Python).  My solution has been to introduce another DLL with a manifest and have COM servers register using that.  This strategy seems to be working well in all my tests.
msg129617 - (view) Author: Christoph Gohlke (cgohlke) Date: 2011-02-27 08:43
Actually, PyQt4 was not a good example since it is not build using distutils. Pywin32 and wxPython extensions are the only ones on my system specifying a dependency on Common Controls or MFC. No dependencies other than CRT, MFC, and Common Controls are specified in any assemblies of over 1000 pyd and dll files in my Python27 directory.
msg130205 - (view) Author: John Cary (John.Cary) Date: 2011-03-06 23:49
Just to follow up.  My case is an application that is almost
all statically linked, but it loads in the python library, and
at runtime it needs to load the tables module, and as distributed
by Python, I get the load-time error on Windows.

Using Christoph Gohlke's exe's works great for me, but I cannot
redistribute due to the linking in of szip for tables and
MKL for numpy.  So I build my own version of tables without
szip and numpy without MKL, but that failed until I applied 
Christoph's patch on Python.  (I also have to patch tables' not to include szip.dll and zlib1.dll in dll_files.)

So the result is that with Christoph's patch, all is working
for me.  I hope it (or something similar) makes it into 2.7.

John Cary
msg144806 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-03 06:36
This is biting people (including me :) so I'm going to try hard to get this fixed.  One user on the python-win32 mailing list resorts to rebuilding every 3rd party module he uses with this patch to get things working again (although apps which use only builtin modules or pywin32 modules - which already hacks this basic functionality in - don't see the problem.)

I'm attaching a different patch that should have the same default effect as Christoph's, but also allows the behaviour to be overridden.  Actually overriding it is quite difficult as distutils isn't setup to easily allow such compiler customizations - but at least it *is* possible.  To test this out I hacked both the pywin32 and py2erxe build processes to use those customizations and it works fine and allows them both to customize the behaviour to meet various modules' requirements.

Finally, this whole thing is still fundamentally broken for extensions which need a manifest (eg, to reference the common controls or the requestedExecutionLevel cruft).  These extension will still need to include the CRT reference in their manifest and thus will need a copy of the CRT next to each of them.  I *think* this also means they basically get a private copy of the CRT - they are not sharing the CRT with Python, which means they are at risk of hitting problems such as trying to share FILE * objects.  In practice, this means such modules are probably better of just embedding the CRT statically.  This is the route I've taken for one pywin32 module so the module can have a manifest and still work without a complete, private copy of the CRT needing to live next to it.  But even with that problem I think this patch should land.

It would be great if someone can review and test this version of the patch and I'll check it in.
msg145004 - (view) Author: Éric Araujo (eric.araujo) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-06 12:48
Can the patch include regression tests?
msg145048 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-06 22:50
I'm reluctant to commit to adding test infrastructure for the distutils build commands - if I've missed existing infrastructure and adding such tests would actually be relatively simple, please educate me!  Or if someone else would like to help with the infrastructure so I can test just this patch, that would be awesome.  But I don't think this fix should block on tests given it can easily be tested and verified manually.
msg145116 - (view) Author: Éric Araujo (eric.araujo) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-07 17:43
There is a already a test for manifest things in Lib/distutils/tests/, and higher-level tests for building extension modules in Lib/distutils/tests/ and Lib/distutils/tests/
msg145117 - (view) Author: Éric Araujo (eric.araujo) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-07 17:44
Let me add that I don’t know the MS toolchain at all, but if you tell me what a test should do (e.g. compile a C extension, open some compiled file and look for some bytes) I can write a test.
msg145151 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-08 00:25
My apologies Eric - I had completely overlooked those tests.  Attaching a new patch with a test.  Note the existing test doesn't actually perform a build so the new test also doesn't, but it does check the core logic (ie, that a manifest with only the msvcrt reference gets it scrubbed).
msg145206 - (view) Author: Éric Araujo (eric.araujo) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-09 03:15
> Note the existing test doesn't actually perform a build so the new
> test also doesn't, but it does check the core logic
Sounds good to me.

+    def manifest_setup_ldargs
I’d make all new methods private ones (i.e. leading underscore).

> an embedded manifests
Typo: extra s

> return None if not temp_manifest else (temp_manifest, mfid)
Using a ternary expression runs afoul of PEP 291: distutils should remain compatible with 2.3.  (I’m not sure it is right now, we use modern unittest methods in tests and all, but it is no reason for making it worse in new code :)

Your patch will also need an entry in Misc/NEWS; at first glance, there is no documentation file to edit.

Will you port the patch to packaging in 3.3?  I can do it if you don’t have the time, but I’m not set up yet to test on Windows, so I can ask you to test a patch.  Also, for the distutils2 backport (which I can do too), we would need to run tests with all versions from 2.4 to 3.3.
msg145210 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-09 04:12
Thanks for the review.  One note:

| +    def manifest_setup_ldargs
| I’d make all new methods private ones (i.e. leading underscore).

They aren't strictly private and are designed to be overridden by subclasses (although in practice, subclassing the compiler is much harder than it should be, so pywin32 monkey-patches the instance.)  This is actually the entire point of my updated patch - to give authors some level of control over the manifest behaviour.

I do intend forward-porting to 3.3 and also to check it is is too late for 3.2 (a quick check before implied it might be OK, but I'm not sure)
msg145211 - (view) Author: Éric Araujo (eric.araujo) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-09 04:16
> They aren't strictly private and are designed to be overridden by
> subclasses

> I do intend forward-porting to 3.3 and also to check it is is too late
> for 3.2 (a quick check before implied it might be OK, but I'm not sure)
2.7 and 3.2 are open for bug fixes, as indicated by the versions field of this bug (it’s actually a matrix: component distutils + versions 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, component distutils2 + version 3.3 == packaging and distutils2 + third-party == the distutils2 backport :)
msg145496 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-14 01:12
New version of the patch with the small tweaks requested plus a NEWS entry.
msg145534 - (view) Author: Éric Araujo (eric.araujo) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-14 15:31
Looks good.

Style nit: I don’t put backslashes at end-of-lines in parens (in one re.compile call you have that).  Also, I use -- where I can’t use —.
msg145654 - (view) Author: Roundup Robot (python-dev) (Python triager) Date: 2011-10-17 00:38
New changeset fb886858024c by Mark Hammond in branch '2.7':
Issue #7833: Ext. modules built using distutils on Windows no longer get a manifest

New changeset 9caeb7215344 by Mark Hammond in branch '3.2':
Issue #7833: Ext. modules built using distutils on Windows no longer get a manifest

New changeset 3073ef853647 by Mark Hammond in branch 'default':
Issue #7833: Ext. modules built using distutils on Windows no longer get a manifest
msg145655 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-17 00:41
I pushed the changes to 2.7, 3.2 and 3.3.  I'm happy to help with distutils2/packaging but I'll need to do that later once I work out where to start :)  Therefore I'm not yet closing this issue.
msg145691 - (view) Author: Éric Araujo (eric.araujo) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-17 13:31
To port the patch to packaging, go into your CPython 3.3 checkout and edit Lib/packaging/compiler/ (and its test :).

To port the patch to distutils2, clone and edit distutils/compiler/ (same :).  Test with Python 2.4, 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7.  Then hg update python3, hg merge default, test with Python 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3.  Then you can push :)

If you don’t have the necessary Pythons or roundtuits, I’ll port the patch when I get a Windows VM.  There’s plenty of time before Python 3.3 is out.
msg145692 - (view) Author: Éric Araujo (eric.araujo) * (Python committer) Date: 2011-10-17 13:31
s/distutils/distutils2/ !
msg152447 - (view) Author: Mark Dickinson (mark.dickinson) * (Python committer) Date: 2012-02-02 00:17
Mark:  Possibly a stupid question, but in your commit (see snippet below), why is the processorArchitecture hard coded to "x86"?  Is it appropriate to replace this with "amd64" for 64-bit builds, or should it always be "x86"?

+    <dependentAssembly>
+      <assemblyIdentity type="win32" name="Microsoft.VC90.CRT"
+         version="9.0.21022.8" processorArchitecture="x86"
+         publicKeyToken="XXXX">
+      </assemblyIdentity>
+    </dependentAssembly>
msg152448 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2012-02-02 00:30
ack - that is a really good point.  IIRC it can be "*".  I'll try and look at this over the next day or 2.
msg152585 - (view) Author: Mark Hammond (mhammond) * (Python committer) Date: 2012-02-04 02:47
Actually, I think this is OK - the reference to the "x86" is in the tests and those tests don't actually perform a build, just check the manifest is detected and stripped (ie, the test should still work fine on 64bit boxes).  Ideally the test could also check a manifest with a 64bit architecture, but I don't think that's really necessary...
msg176062 - (view) Author: Almar Klein (almar) Date: 2012-11-21 15:45
Just checking in to point out a possible problem with the code that strips the MSVCR dependency from the embedded manifest. The used regexpr is too greedy: the first bit can trigger on an earlier "assemblyIdentity" tag, so that after the removal the manifest is no longer valid XML. 

The key problem is that the "<assemblyIdentity" and the name attribute are allowed to be on a separate lines. To fix this I removed the re.DOTALL flag and replaced the second occurrence of ".*?" to also allow newlines: 

  pattern = re.compile(
-     r"""<assemblyIdentity.*?name=("|')Microsoft\."""\
-     r"""VC\d{2}\.CRT("|').*?(/>|</assemblyIdentity>)""",
-     re.DOTALL)
+     r"""<assemblyIdentity.*?name=("|')Microsoft\."""\
+     r"""VC\d{2}\.CRT("|')(.|\r|\r)*?(/>|</assemblyIdentity>)""")

It is well possible that the problem does not causes any problems for the intended usage of the code. I'm using the code to strip other DLL's and ran into this issue (with tk85.dll to be precise).

- Almar
msg233204 - (view) Author: Mark Lawrence (BreamoreBoy) * Date: 2014-12-30 13:03
This is referenced from #4431 which has been closed for over six years but keeps getting comments.
msg384818 - (view) Author: STINNER Victor (vstinner) * (Python committer) Date: 2021-01-11 12:51
The distutils bdist_wininst command has been removed in Python 3.10: see bpo-42802.
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2011-10-07 17:43:36eric.araujosetmessages: + msg145116
2011-10-06 22:50:38mhammondsetmessages: + msg145048
2011-10-06 12:48:20eric.araujosettitle: Bdist_wininst installers fail to load extensions built with Issue4120 patch -> bdist_wininst installers fail to load extensions built with Issue4120 patch
nosy: + alexis, eric.araujo

messages: + msg145004

versions: + 3rd party, Python 3.2, - Python 3.4
components: + Distutils2
2011-10-03 06:36:52mhammondsetfiles: + bug-7833-overridable-manifest-settings.patch

messages: + msg144806
versions: + Python 3.3, Python 3.4, - Python 2.6
2011-07-15 20:28:32Garensetnosy: + Garen
2011-03-22 18:43:38eric.smithsetnosy: + eric.smith
2011-03-22 18:33:09abenardsetnosy: + abenard
2011-03-06 23:49:08John.Carysetnosy: + John.Cary
messages: + msg130205
2011-02-27 08:43:54cgohlkesetnosy: loewis, mhammond, techtonik, koen, tarek, cgohlke
messages: + msg129617
2011-02-27 05:22:44mhammondsetnosy: loewis, mhammond, techtonik, koen, tarek, cgohlke
messages: + msg129612
2011-02-27 05:00:41cgohlkesetnosy: loewis, mhammond, techtonik, koen, tarek, cgohlke
messages: + msg129611
2011-02-27 03:36:26mhammondsetnosy: loewis, mhammond, techtonik, koen, tarek, cgohlke
messages: + msg129610
2011-02-18 06:06:43mhammondsetnosy: loewis, mhammond, techtonik, koen, tarek, cgohlke
messages: + msg128775
2010-06-01 23:41:04koensetmessages: + msg106867
2010-06-01 20:08:57techtoniksetnosy: + techtonik
messages: + msg106855
2010-05-10 22:30:10cgohlkesetfiles: + msvc9compiler_stripruntimes_trunk.patch

messages: + msg105473
versions: + Python 2.7
2010-04-27 23:37:13mhammondsetmessages: + msg104382
2010-04-27 18:03:43cgohlkesetmessages: + msg104341
2010-04-27 12:49:45koensetmessages: + msg104318
2010-04-27 12:43:22koensetnosy: + koen
messages: + msg104316
2010-04-27 00:50:06mhammondsetnosy: + mhammond
2010-02-04 00:37:23cgohlkesetfiles: + msvc9compiler_stripruntimes_revised.patch

messages: + msg98805
2010-02-02 00:02:13cgohlkesetfiles: +

messages: + msg98699
2010-02-01 22:35:55loewissetnosy: + loewis
messages: + msg98696
2010-02-01 22:12:51cgohlkecreate