nimble install packy
This library has no dependencies other than the Nim standard library
packy is a module that allows the packing of dependencies into the compiled
binary and extracting them at runtime. Allows the passing of target parameters
with the dependencies, evaluated at runtime to determine what dependencies
should be unpacked. If no
.dll files were packed then the resulting
executable is complete and can stand alone.
This library offers a work around for
.dll files. During compile time a
new file ending in
*_installer.nim is created in the location of the source
file. The file packs any
.dll's along with the executable from the
initial compile. This file can then be compilled and distributed alone.
# Pass as a string packDep("Path to dependency") packDep("Path to dependency", "Sub-dir to unpack to") packDep("Path to dependency", "Sub-dir to unpack to", "Operating System") packDep("Path to dependency", "Sub-dir to unpack to", "OS", "Architecture") # Pass a seq[string] / additional arguments applied to every dependency. packDep(@["Path to dependency1", "Path to dependency2", "Path to dependency3"]) # Use compile time iterator. Useful if you need to modify the sequence prior # can still pass additional arguments iterateSeq(dependency, @["dependency1", "dependency2", "dependency3"]) packDep("part1 of path" & dependency & "part2 of path")