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Author koen
Recipients aheider, cgohlke, christian.heimes, jdetaeye, koen, lemburg, loewis, mhammond, zhirsch
Date 2009-10-13.21:46:50
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> It may actually be enough to just place the 
Microsoft.VC90.CRT.manifest file into the Python folder (the one with 
python.exe and the CRT DLLs).

I concur with what Christoph says, that is how the embedded 
installation works. However, the .pyd files are not in the Python main 
folder. And therefore they shouldn't have a manifest for the runtimes 
(because it will look in the current folder relative to the DLL/pyd), 
because then the runtimes of the main python.exe will be used (which 
can then be in the same folder as the 'embedded' MSVCR location).
Date User Action Args
2009-10-13 21:46:52koensetrecipients: + koen, lemburg, loewis, mhammond, christian.heimes, aheider, zhirsch, jdetaeye, cgohlke
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