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://
the new packagemaker is supposed to be able to snapshot and compile
packages. i haven't tried it...used to using loggen/iceberg. :)
most of the things you deploy can easily be packaged. some
installers write to existing files so you'll have to script (sed/
awk) things so your pkg installer updates the file without
overwriting. links are a problem too - packagemaker sometimes has
issues with certain aliases.
Which PackageMaker do you mean? The one bundled with OS X?
the key is having a clean (freshly imaged) mac available for
That's a big 10-4 :-)
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