"marcbey" <mail / marcbey.de> writes:

> > IIRC, there's a tool called rb2exe or ruby2exe. Use google to find it.
> 
> 
> but: 
> 	Rb2exe is a program for converting ruby scripts to executable
> files. A program created 	by rb2exe requires the ruby interpreter.
> 
> 
> is there no posibility without th interpreter?

See
http://www.rubygarden.org/ruby?DistributeARubyAppInASingleExecutable

In general, any ruby executable has to have ruby interpreter
somewhere, whether it is embedded in the executable or as a separate
entity. This is because ruby is a dynamic language where you can
create, manipulate, or even change the flow of the program at
runtime. That is why an interpreter is required. 

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