Operating System: MacOS
Python Version 3.7
Pyinstaller Version 3.4
Pyinstaller can run into some minor issues with MacOS, but solving it might take you longer if you do not get the right guidance. We have kept the solution simple to help you resolve the issue faster.
Below is a snippet of the error
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “PyInstaller/loader/rthooks/pyi_rth__tkinter.py”, line 28, in <module>
FileNotFoundError: Tcl data directory “/var/folders/nl/2wxh3z313l129zpzq2f8ww5m0000gn/T/_MEILUmJRc/tcl” not found.
 Failed to execute script pyi_rth__tkinter
The Error Message basically refers to a file that cannot be found. In most cases, this file may not be necessary to run your application. The only way to know it is to refer to the file pyi_rth_tkinter.py
The file pyi_rth_tkinter.py can be found under the venv folder of your project.
You will find a simple IF Statement that returns an error if a specific file is not found in the tk or tcl directory. You can comment the IF Statement as provided below and try running your PyInstaller code once again.
#if not os.path.isdir(tcldir): #raise FileNotFoundError('Tcl data directory "%s" not found.' % (tcldir)) #if not os.path.isdir(tkdir): #raise FileNotFoundError('Tk data directory "%s" not found.' % (tkdir))