You don’t need anything except the Lua source files. I use the free version of Visual Studio To build a static Lua library and just link it to my main program. I would be happy to send you the project files but I am away from my computer until Sunday evening.
Let me know if you don’t get it solved by then.|
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On Nov 22, 2019, at 1:32 PM, Stefan Schroeder <email@example.com> wrote:
I have created a useful utility using Lua and the IUP GUI library that I want to share with my co-workers.
But I cannot expect them to install the Lua interpreter just for this tool. That's why I was looking for ways to build a
fat single executable.
I have tried everything:
luapak from https://github.com/jirutka/luapak
luastatic from https://github.com/ers35/luastatic
the lua-distros from
As a last resort I am trying srlua from
But the Makefile is for Linux and Darwin only, I have tried to compile with Cygwin-Mingw,Gnuwin32-Mingw, TDM-GCC and had no success, although it was reported here:
that it would work.
I am looking for a step-by-step guide how to compile a Lua script into a Single executable binary in Windows 10.
Can please somebody walk me through it? I feel really stupid although I am a developer w/ 20 years experience (but new to Lua, though).