I probably should do some more testing before I declare that Construct supports external libraries.
The correct statement right now is that Construct supports running external libraries from .caps, which really doesn't mean much. I also did get it working with an .exe as well, but it is just on my development machine with Python and the Python module/library preinstalled. I also got an error message popup when executing the .exe so it is buggy, but still works.
[quote="Madster":1on3dbrf]Does one have to copy the python libraries along with the .exe for end-users?[/quote:1on3dbrf]
I unfortunately don't have my system with Virtual Machines to test this with. Here is what I believe you would have to do to make this work as it is right now:
1. Install Python 2.6.4 on end users system
2. Install Python library on end users system (this may be an install or copy depending on library)
3. Run the exe
This is obviously not practical if you have to install the entire 14mb Python on end users system, but right now there is no python26.dll being copied along with the exported .exe. That leads me to believe that without Python preinstalled the .exe wont work. We need something like the py2exe program for construct. I'll do some more testing tomorrow and let you know what I find out.