From: Cristian Ispas on
Alex Fenton wrote:

> Rubyscript2exe works fine for many cases. On Windows and OS X, wxWidgets
> is statically compiled into wxRuby, so you have everything you need to
> redistribute to others.
> For more advanced installations, I've used platform-specific tools like
> Platypus (OS X) and NSIS installer (Windows) to ship a complete ruby
> package that works like a compiled native app.
>> So your answer is that using ocra or rubyscript2exe is enough to make an executable after the WXRUby application that works without problems on any Windows, even on those that do not have Ruby installed ?
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