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src/f/e/FeedNotifier-HEAD/patch/build_exe.py   FeedNotifier(Download)
    def build_executable(self, target, template, arcname, script, vars={}):
        # Build an executable for the target
        # template is the exe-stub to use, and arcname is the zipfile
        # containing the python modules.
        from py2exe_util import add_resource, add_icon
        self.announce("add script resource, %d bytes" % len(script_bytes))
        if not self.dry_run:
            add_resource(ensure_unicode(exe_path), script_bytes, u"PYTHONSCRIPT", 1, True)
 
            # add the pythondll as resource, and delete in self.exe_dir
 
                print "Adding %s as resource to %s" % (python_dll, exe_path)
                add_resource(ensure_unicode(exe_path), bytes,
                             # for some reason, the 3. argument MUST BE UPPER CASE,
                             # otherwise the resource will not be found.
                    print "Adding zlib.pyd as resource to %s" % exe_path
                    zlib_bytes = zlib_file.read()
                    add_resource(ensure_unicode(exe_path), zlib_bytes,
                                 # for some reason, the 3. argument MUST BE UPPER CASE,
                                 # otherwise the resource will not be found.
            # skip the 14 byte bitmap header.
            if not self.dry_run:
                add_resource(ensure_unicode(exe_path), bmp_data[14:], RT_BITMAP, bmp_id, False)
        icon_resources = getattr(target, "icon_resources", [])
        for ico_id, ico_filename in icon_resources:

src/d/i/digsby-HEAD/installer/py2exe/py2exe/build_exe.py   digsby(Download)
    def build_executable(self, target, template, arcname, script, vars={}):
        # Build an executable for the target
        # template is the exe-stub to use, and arcname is the zipfile
        # containing the python modules.
        from py2exe_util import add_resource, add_icon
        self.announce("add script resource, %d bytes" % len(script_bytes))
        if not self.dry_run:
            add_resource(ensure_unicode(exe_path), script_bytes, u"PYTHONSCRIPT", 1, True)
 
            # add the pythondll as resource, and delete in self.exe_dir
 
                print "Adding %s as resource to %s" % (python_dll, exe_path)
                add_resource(ensure_unicode(exe_path), bytes,
                             # for some reason, the 3. argument MUST BE UPPER CASE,
                             # otherwise the resource will not be found.
                    print "Adding zlib.pyd as resource to %s" % exe_path
                    zlib_bytes = zlib_file.read()
                    add_resource(ensure_unicode(exe_path), zlib_bytes,
                                 # for some reason, the 3. argument MUST BE UPPER CASE,
                                 # otherwise the resource will not be found.
            # skip the 14 byte bitmap header.
            if not self.dry_run:
                add_resource(ensure_unicode(exe_path), bmp_data[14:], RT_BITMAP, bmp_id, False)
        icon_resources = getattr(target, "icon_resources", [])
        for ico_id, ico_filename in icon_resources: