I'd like to know about licenses in Python program distributions. This is the scenario: let's say one would distribute a Python program for Windows, created with PyInstaller as a single executable file, which bundles Python 3.5 (with Tkinter libraries for the GUI) and some packages, downloaded with pip. The packages are under BSD license, for instance:
Notice that I'm not distributing the source code, just the PyInstaller executable, which is a single bundle executable file. How should the user take care of the program license? Should him provide just its license or should him add the documentation about all the modules bundled into the executable?