Erik Veenstra wrote:

>> I have an employee survey application that I developed for my
>> company in Ruby using Tk. I couldn't get it to run using
>> RubyScript2Exe and had to deploy it alongside a silent One
>> Click Ruby deployment. If I unzipped all of the various
>> RubyScript2Exe files to their respective directories things
>> worked, however. I saw that the Tk support files were
>> included in the bundled .EXE as I unzipped it, but there must
>> be something else going on that I missed.


>You probably only saw the Ruby bindings for TK, not TK itself.
>Did you use the --rubyscript2exe-tk option? I recently added
>this (experimental) support for TK.

>gegroet,
>Erik V. - http://www.erikveen.dds.nl/

This option did the trick. The application launches fine using
rubyscript2exe now. Before when I was watching the files being built in
the console the result would be an error message. Now I am set. Great
work on this by the way. Really helps me in my environment here...