[Macgpg-users] 1.4.7 packages for OS X

Ryan R. LaMothe ryan.lamothe at quantumworx.com
Thu Mar 8 00:24:00 CET 2007

It's not a matter of "why not do it yourself" but a matter of "why  
isn't it being done" kind of question.

A graphical installer and uninstaller for the entire suite would be  
nice.  Maybe I will find time to work on it, maybe someone else can too.

It is the same kind of question I ask the Mono and MonoDevelop  
people, who not only did not write MonoDevelop using Windows Forms  
(they used GTK), but an installation of "MonoDevelop for OS X"  
requires a plethora of Fink/DarwinPorts Linux libs installed in order  
to even begin using the entire package.  But that is another story  
for another list.

On Mar 7, 2007, at 6:03 PM, Benjamin Donnachie wrote:

> Ryan R. LaMothe wrote:
>> How difficult would be it be to package this application as a .app
>> bundle instead of all over the filesystem like the typical Unix
>> application (which makes installing/uninstalling/upgrading a pita)?
> There's nothing stopping you doing it and making the result  
> available to
> all.
> Ben
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