There are several ways to convert the source code on GitHub to .exe. The most common ways are:
- Using a compiler for C/C++ code: You can use compilers such as Microsoft Visual Studio, GCC, or Clang to compile your C/C++ source code. These compilers will convert your source code into machine language and create an executable file.
- Using a Java compiler for Java code: You can use Java compilers such as Apache Ant, Apache Maven, or Gradle to compile your Java source code. These compilers will convert your source code into Java bytecode and create an executable file.
- Creating an executor for script languages: You can create an executor for your source code written in script languages such as Python, Perl, or Ruby. For example, you can use tools like py2exe or cx_Freeze to convert your Python source code into executable files.
Which of these methods is most appropriate depends on the language your source code is written in and which operating system you want to run it on. For example, you can use Microsoft Visual Studio for Windows, GCC or Clang for Linux to compile C/C++ source code.
Please note that you should carefully review the licenses of the tools you use to create executable files. Also, you should carefully read the terms and licenses of the executable files you create.