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digitalmars.D.learn - Installation Simplifier

reply Chris Miller <lordSaurontheGreat gmail.com> writes:
I zipped up my work in getting my development junk and called it a toolkit
snapshot.

I then made a project on my new Drupal install (thanks to Lars - I saw your
site and saw how much more capable Drupal is compared to my old Joomla stuff).

You can view my snapshot here:
http://fsdev.net/?q=node/2

Someday when I get it to the point that I can build and install DWT I'll
release that version as well.  I just thought it'd be nice to have a big wad of
useful stuff available instead of scaring all the newbies away with long and
overly-complexly simple install processes (it's so simple, it's difficult to
do.  I found myself wondering why it wasn't harder).

And then you can use the contact form to ask for additional packages, etc... 
that could really be useful.

(Speaking as Lord Sauron) Free software makes me feel all warm and evil inside.
Feb 21 2008
parent reply torhu <no spam.invalid> writes:
Chris Miller wrote:
 I zipped up my work in getting my development junk and called it a toolkit
snapshot.
 
 I then made a project on my new Drupal install (thanks to Lars - I saw your
site and saw how much more capable Drupal is compared to my old Joomla stuff).
 
 You can view my snapshot here:
 http://fsdev.net/?q=node/2

According to the DMD licence (dmd/licence.txt), you're not allowed to redistribute it without permission from digital mars. The Tango team his permission to do this, and they have downloads that include both tango and dmd. What you could do is to build your package around their packages, so users only need to drop in the specified tango+dmd package.
Feb 22 2008
parent Chris Miller <lordSaurontheGreat gmail.com> writes:
torhu Wrote:

 Chris Miller wrote:
 I zipped up my work in getting my development junk and called it a toolkit
snapshot.
 
 I then made a project on my new Drupal install (thanks to Lars - I saw your
site and saw how much more capable Drupal is compared to my old Joomla stuff).
 
 You can view my snapshot here:
 http://fsdev.net/?q=node/2

According to the DMD licence (dmd/licence.txt), you're not allowed to redistribute it without permission from digital mars. The Tango team his permission to do this, and they have downloads that include both tango and dmd. What you could do is to build your package around their packages, so users only need to drop in the specified tango+dmd package.

Dangit, taking it off the site now then. Hopefully Walter will allow it so I can put it back up.
Feb 22 2008