On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 12:39:19 AM UTC-4, Sam Tobin-Hochstadt wrote:
> That's likely the problem. Usually you need to use define-runtime-path or a 
> variant of that to cooperate with raco exe.
> Sam

>From what I'm reading in the documentation, that sounds right.

"Library modules or other files that are referenced dynamically—through eval, 
load, or dynamic-require—are not automatically embedded into the created 
executable. Such modules can be explicitly included using the ++lib flag to 
raco exe. Alternately, use define-runtime-path to embed references to the 
run-time files in the executable; the files are then copied and packaged 
together with the executable when creating a distribution (as described in raco 
distribute: Sharing Stand-Alone Executables)"


So would changing the call from dynamic-require to define-runtime-path fix the 
issue? I'll try this later today and see if this works.

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