> > > Is there any way I could pack all that stuff into one
> > > executable?
> >
> > But, assuming they're .so / .dll files, they can be bundled
> > into the rubyscript2exe executable using the environment
> > variable RUBYSCRIPT2EXE_DLLS at "compile" time.
> >
> > Erik's web page describing how to use the tool give a good
> > description and examples of using this.
> >
> > http://www.erikveen.dds.nl/rubyscript2exe/index.html#3.3.1..Pragmas
> >
> > This works well for me bundling a sqlite.dll (the core
> > library, not the ruby bindings) into an executable
>
> Yeah, I'm playing around with that, but haven't had much
> luck. :-( I'm specifying two libraries to be included,
> libTktable2.9.so and sysvipc.so.

Which statements did you use? Did you see an error message when
RubyScript2Exe tried to copy the files? Have you tried
--rubyscript2exe-verbose?

Just a couple of questions...

> When I expand the resulting application, I see sysvipc.so in
> the lib directory, but there's no evidence of
> libTktable.2.9.so.

--rubyscript2exe-verbose

> Has anyone every tried bundling a Tk extension with
> Rubyscript2exe?

You have...

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