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- Subject: Re: deploying lua application as a single ``executable''
- From: askok@...
- Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2006 23:00:32 +0300
What's against using temporary files, if they are deleted
after the application is finished?
I've done some tests with what I called "cocooning";
making Lua applications into self-sufficient entities on
all OS X (easy), Linux, and Win32. Nothing that can be
currently used, but the concept was tested and working,
including bundling the necessary dynamic libraries with
the application (without need to install them anywhere,
neither Linux nor Win32).
On Sun, 23 Jul 2006 16:31:46 +0100
"Adam D. Moss" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Vyacheslav Egorov wrote:
Adam D. Moss wrote:
Have you managed to solve "dll-in-zip" problem? That is
I want to load
dlls into memory directly without creating temporary
I was going to paste the code that I use but it's so
specific to me that it'd be more confusing than helpful
but really it's only about 70 lines and nothing very
Oh no, not at all. That is a very hard (though not
problem. My apps are basically scripts+data, and these
in zip-like resource files -- there's no app-specific
platform-specific code included in these, that's all
a generic C engine with its own dependencies.