according to pyReScene's README
Windows installation instructions ================================= ..... Edit the .bat files to reflect the path where Python and the script source code is located: e.g. C:\Python33\python.exe C:\pyReScene\bin\srr %*
Python adds itself to the windows environment variable during install, and the most users also add pyReScene there. If you would change per default the pysrr.bat and pysrs.bat files according to my suggestion, then there would be no need to edit these 2 files anymore.
Replace following code in pysrr.bat
python.exe srr %*
with this one
python.exe %~dp0srr %*
The same goes for pysrs.bat.
If you want to know what the "%~dp0"-reference exactly does, see here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5034076/what-does-dp0-mean-and-how-does-it-work