Phillip Guo of Stanford University released a program called CDE. Copies everything that a script or program uses on your computer, places it in a directory, and allows another computer that doesn't have the required dependencies natively installed to be able to successfully execute that script or program. Acts like a chroot jail.
This is not meant to replace deb or rpm, but it could be a useful aid for developers and their users with bug squashing.
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