"Benjamin C. Pierce" wrote:
> Answering my own question...
> I've been told that statically linking Tk applications is not
> possible. If you can tell me how to do it (ideally on both Unix and
> Windows) I'd be delighted to know: this is one of our biggest problems
> with distributing Unison at the moment.
> >From talking to some more experts, the situation appears to be this:
> Tk can be statically linked, but this doesn't help with portability
> because when it starts the first thing it does is reads some Tcl
> scripts. So in any case you can't distribute a complete all-in-one
> executable: users will have to install (the right version of) Tk to
> run your program.
You can install the scripts with your application.
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