This sounds cool. Anyone know what it would take to have this for OS X?
It would be cool to be able to use RubyCocoa or TKRuby or QTRuby and
then
make it into an executable easily.

Florian Gross wrote:
> Erik Veenstra wrote:
>
> > I just want to say that RubyScript2Exe 0.2.0 [1] has been
> > released. Both Windows and Linux are supported.
>
> Is a change list available somewhere? I couldn't find one on the
homepage.
>
> Also while I'm writing to you, would it be possible to allow custom
> .DLLs and resources to be added? I have an application that uses a
C++
> extension which loads more .DLLs -- RubyScript2Exe does not
> automatically include those and I can't find a way of manually
including
> them that works. (I can unpack and repackage, but then the .DLLs will

> still not get loaded from the temporary directory.)
>
> Being able to easily include own media would also be very nifty in my

> use case. (I'm writing games with Ruby -- it's always nice to have a
> single EXE distribution that contains all the game media.)
> 
> Thank you for a great library!