Yes, every .pyc module you select are stored in the exe. That message about the python26.dll being copied is wrong... I've asked for months for it to be fixed.. maybe someday the devs will.
This a very weird problem. We need more examples of what works and doesn't work to nail it down. I just tried .99.92 and built up the chat client/server and they run fine on my laptop with Python 2.5 on it.
Do you by chance have values stored in your PATH or PYTHONPATH that could be causing this? Usually you do not need to have a PYTHONPATH variable.
Have you tried unziping the distributables.zip in the same directory? Although, that doesn't help with the stringio error.[/quote:28gba096]
I think that at least for alee and myself the issue might simply be that either no .pyc are stored in the exe or somehow they get ignored. An example why I think so:
1) I export to exe
2) I create a folder in a randomly chosen place
3) I move the exe to this folder and copy the python dll to it
If I start the exe at this moment all I get is an error, saying something was going wrong but without stringsIO it can't tell me what. But exactly that (stringsIO mising) is what was going wrong! Because, if I do
4) I copy stringsIO to this folder
it immediatly works without any error message!
Currently there is no python install apart from the dll that is installed with Construct. I don't have a PYTHONPATH environment and PATH holds no paths that are related to python.