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I know its a far stretch.. its written in Perl..

perl2exe builds a platform specific executable, and like the perl Packager, it bundles files and unbundles into a folder before invoking the perl app.. these will dynamically be loaded into the executables path.. (and all cleaned up on app exit).

so, yes, I am bundling the runtime sos (dlls on windows) just enough to make this work, self contained. (I already do this for the commandline version of my app)

this is a support assistance app. I cannot modify the platform configuration that the user is having trouble with (I can use the ONE folder the app is installed in and ONE folder in /tmp. My app is distributed in a zip for windows and gz for everything else)

so, I was asking, does anyone know how the default gtk theme engine, used by the wx code, works, so I can find the missing file(s) I need to add to my bundle.

I ask here cause the spread of talent and experience is wider than anyplace else I've seen..

if this is too non-perl then please delete this thread.

In reply to Re^2: where are all the files I need? by sdetweil
in thread where are all the files I need? by sdetweil

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