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Rolando Abarca wrote:
> that's the problem... I would like the app to be in the ipod and use
> it in any computer, no matter if the pc has ruby && fox or not.
> Is this posible or not?
> 

The PC -has- to have Ruby and Fox in one way or another for that app to
work. With rubyscript2exe, you just stuff all of the Ruby libraries you
use, and the Fox libraries into the .exe file. If you have enough place
spare on the iPod to just copy over your C:\Ruby folder on it, maybe
without third-party libraries you don't need for the application (likely
any gems that aren't Fox and the whole of site_ruby if you're using the
one-click installer), it will work just as well with a .bat file to set
up things - e.g. put the current directory into PATH and use rubyw.exe
your_app.rb

The difference is basically that rubyscript2exe lets you hide Ruby being
involved under the carpet - so go for that if that's what you need. Both
alternatives work if you just need to run the script on another
computer, I haven't really used rubyscript2exe, so I can't tell if it's
easier to set up with a binary gem dependency involved than this.

David Vallner


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