Philip Lamb wrote:
> Hi all,
> This might seem like a sacreligious quesion to ask, but has anyone made
> a tool to automate the process of bundle-izing a given set of shlibs
> from a fink installation?
> By bundle-ize, I mean making a copy of a given library and all its
> dependencies that live in /sw, and rewriting (with install_name_tool)
> the install name of the libs and their connections with each other so
> that they hang off @executable_path/ instead of /sw/lib.
> I ask because it could be a really useful tool for developers.. you
> generate some libraries using Fink, and then bundle them (paying
> attention to the license terms of course) inside an application which
> can then be distributed without any dependence on fink.
> At the moment I'm doing this manually, but with two libraries with
> another 6 dependent libraries, its time consuming to repeat each time
> the libs change.
macho_standalone, a part of py2app, might do the trick. See
http://www.undefined.org/python/ for information on py2app.
Code by Kevin