as well, there's a decent readme with the update, that IIRC, tells you
what's been updated.
has anyone mentioned the fact that loggen/iceberg make a perfect
combo for creating pkg updaters that can be pushed out? i wouldn't
trust microsoft's list of changed items - i'm sure other stuff was at
least "touched" that would make a difference. we have one build mac
that we regularly wipe/rebuild using our image. whenever we need to
package up an application for distribution, we wipe the thing, drop
the image (there's 20 minutes), snapshot and install and configure
(there's another 20 minutes) and then we snapshot once more and
compare (there's another 20 minutes). then we set up a push queue and
let ard push out overnight to users.
pretty nifty. the tools are all there. surprised how few people
actually do things the easy way...more surprised the bigger the
curmudgeon at large
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