[mojosetup] MojoSetup status?
ttimo at idsoftware.com
Tue Nov 20 10:39:43 EST 2007
The installation core is solid, and will cover all the needs you
describe. Our Linux installers for Enemy Territory: Quake Wars are the
only widely distributed Mojosetup-based installers I'm aware of right
now, but I'm sure more are coming.
The only thing that is lacking may be support for graphical
installations (Gtk2). We only distribute an ncurses installer even for
the game client, but that has worked out great.
Ole Jacob wrote:
> We're in need of a installer for a commercial Linux package, and have had a
> look at MojoSetup, which seems to fit our needs.
> What is the status of MojoSetup? Looking at various web sites it seems that it
> is still alpha quality (at least of May this year). Has there been
> significant development lately?
> We have only basic needs. Unzip some files, check some permissions, show an
> EULA and readme, install some icons. All on a handfull of different Linuxes
> (OpenSuse 10.0-10.3, recent Fedoras, RedHat EL/CentOS 4, Debian 4).
> Could we trust MojoSetup with this task, or are we bound for disaster? Does
> the installer look OK at the moment?
> What other options do we have if we can't use MojoSetup? Maybe Bitrock is the
> way to go?
> Ole Jacob
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