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I use  InnoScript[1] to distribute my lua programs on Windows. I usually include Lua, Luarocks and the rocks the programs need. It's free and there is some decent documentation. There is a kind of IDE also [2]  that might help.

Does anyone tried the "chocolatey" package manager [3] ?




2015-03-03 16:51 GMT+01:00 Peter Drahoš <>:

I really appreciate all the responses and ideas, both via the list and

I'm going over all of them to see what will work best for me...

Thanks again!


Adding one more option to the topic.
You can simply pack your application directory into a single executable using apps such as Cameyo[1]. I did this before with LuaDist binaries[2] for multiple machines and windows versions without issues.