How do you hide the console in Pyinstaller?

By specifying the pyinstaller –oneline filename –windowed command, we can hide or avoid the console.

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How do I add hidden imports to PyInstaller?

Hooks are preferable if you want to specify which import needs what additional modules, but –hidden-import is simpler as a one-off or for debugging. It will silently add modulename as an import statement.

How do I show or hide a command window?

To hide the command window:

  1. At the command prompt, type HideCommandWindow.
  2. – or –
  3. – or –
  4. Press Ctrl + 9.
  5. Press Ctrl + 9.

How do I hide a Python script?
To hide code cells:

  1. Select the code cell to be hidden by opening the notebook.
  2. Insert a comment with the hide tag on the first line of the code cell. For the Python, R, and Scala languages, enter the following syntax:

    Execution is asynchronous: When invoked from a console window, the script is merely launched and the prompt returns right away, whether the script is still running or not. Pythonw.exe is a GUI app for launching GUI/no-UI-at-all scripts. NO console window is opened.
    Which is better py2exe or PyInstaller?
    In Py2exe it is easier to embed manifest file in exe, useful for run as administrator mode in Windows vista and beyond. Pyinstaller is modular and has a feature of hooks to include files in the build that you like. By default both create a bunch of exes and dlls.

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