The short answer is “No”. However, it isn’t really necessary since a Suneido application only requires two files – suneido.exe and suneido.db – the database, which includes the application code. Even if you combined suneido.exe and your application code into one executable, you’d still need a database file, and so you’d still have two files. In a multi-user situation, Suneido runs client-server, the clients just need suneido.exe (usually from a shared network location). The server instance of suneido.exe is the only one that accesses the database (suneido.db). The clients use TCP/IP to talk to the server (to access the application code and the data).