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Distributing a application - Ruby

André Wagner wrote: >I'm thinking about distributing a application (a game, to be more >specific) written in Ruby using the GTK+ library and ruby-gtk. Is >there a way that I could distribute my application without having to >distribute Ruby along? Or there's any other option I do not know about? > >My application is meant to be used in any OS, so any hints for any OS >would be helpful. > > Be sure to visit (and contribute, if you can): [url]http://www.rubygarden.org/ruby?DistributeARubyAppInASingleExecutable[/url] -- Chris [url]http://clabs.org/blogki[/url]...

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    André Wagner wrote:
    >I'm thinking about distributing a application (a game, to be more
    >specific) written in Ruby using the GTK+ library and ruby-gtk. Is
    >there a way that I could distribute my application without having to
    >distribute Ruby along? Or there's any other option I do not know about?
    >
    >My application is meant to be used in any OS, so any hints for any OS
    >would be helpful.
    >
    >
    Be sure to visit (and contribute, if you can):
    [url]http://www.rubygarden.org/ruby?DistributeARubyAppInASingleExecutable[/url]

    --

    Chris
    [url]http://clabs.org/blogki[/url]



    Chris Morris Guest

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    André Wagner wrote:
    >
    > Hi
    >
    > I'm thinking about distributing a application (a game, to be more
    > specific) written in Ruby using the GTK+ library and ruby-gtk. Is
    > there a way that I could distribute my application without having to
    > distribute Ruby along? Or there's any other option I do not know about?
    >
    > My application is meant to be used in any OS, so any hints for any OS
    > would be helpful.
    >
    > Thank you in advance,
    >
    > André
    >
    > --
    > © André Wagner - 2003 - All rights reserved
    yes, I have the same problem. I try to use only the features that are
    present in the standard ruby distribution,
    that's why I used Tk at first. But there is still people that have
    difficulties with installing tk with ruby under linux.
    And I still didn't found someone able to run my application under
    MacOsX.
    jf
    MENON Jean-Francois Guest

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    On Tue, 19 Aug 2003 03:28:15 +0900, Andre Wagner wrote:
    > I'm thinking about distributing a application (a game, to be
    > more specific) written in Ruby using the GTK+ library and
    > ruby-gtk. Is there a way that I could distribute my
    > application without having to distribute Ruby along? Or
    > there's any other option I do not know about?
    Have a look at Tar2RubyScript. You have to distribute Ruby
    separately.

    [url]http://www.erikveen.dds.nl/tar2rubyscript/[/url]

    gegroet,
    Erik V.

    Erik Veenstra Guest

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