Updated 2017-11-16 21:05:38 by MHo

tclexecomp is a Tcl executable wrapper, which creates a single executable file from a Tcl script.

Currently it can create binaries for Linux (64-bit), Windows (32-bit/64-bit) and macOS (64-bit).

It is based on Freewrap, but more up-to-date and with many more Tcl modules integrated.

For more information see http://tclexecomp.sourceforge.net/index.html.

The latest version (released August 31, 2017) is V1.0.6 and uses Tcl 8.6.7.

MHo 2017-11-16: One question. The readme states:
Notes for Windows
If you create an executable for windows, you need 2 DLL's, which have to be in the same directory
like the application. You find them in the tools subdirectory, for 32 and 64 Bit systems.

Is this true at wrapping time, or also at runtime?