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Chris Waltham <email@hidden> wrote:
> "John C. Welch" <email@hidden> wrote:>
IIRC either Apple�s package maker or iceberg allow you to snapshot systems. So you take a clean system, snapshot it, install the software, snapshot it again, and see what files get installed where. Then build a proper installer. There�s quite a few people who can help with that, it�s a well-solved problem
DiffPackageMaker is another, you can find it here: http:// www.deploystudio.com/DeployStudio/Home.html
we use loggen for snapshots:
then we use iceberg for creating packages for distribution:
the key is having a clean (freshly imaged) mac available for creating packages.
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