Welcome to glick, a runtime-less application bundle system for linux

NOTE: I've been working on a replacement for Glick, called Glick2.

Glick is an application that lets developers easily create application bundles of their applications. An application bundle is a single file that contains all the data and files needed to run an application, so all the user has to do is start it. There is no need to install it, and if you don't like it you can just remove that file and the whole program will be gone.

There are some interesting aspecs of the glick implementation of application bundles:

For more information on how to use glick, see the README file in the sources.


Major changes in 0.2 are:


Releases of glick can be found here.

The code is also availible via git at: http://www.gnome.org/~alexl/git/glick.git/

Alexander Larsson, alexl@redhat.com