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From Samisa Abeysinghe <samisa_abeysin...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Opensource Installer for for Axis C++
Date Wed, 04 Aug 2004 08:27:40 GMT
>    I used an opensource install program called "inno setup", i will
> put the Script source as GPL so anybody can use the install script to
> make an updated version once it is finished for Axis-C 1.2 version.
> 

Why GPL? Why not Apache License?

Samisa...

--- Edgar Zavala <jezavala@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> 
>     Today i begin the creation of an Installer for Windows version of
> axis-c++ (if any interested) based on current 1.2 binary found in the
> axis site on apache.org domain:
> 
> Done:
>     1.- Ask for a directory and check if there is apache installed
>     2.- Ask for a directory and check if there is any Expat or Xerces
> library (user selected option)
>     3.- Select the Axis installation directory
>     4.- Put the directory tree as described in INSTALL instructions
>     5.- Added license agreement (LICENSE file from downloaded binary zip)
> 
> Testing:
> 
>     4.- Change environment variables according to user selection and
> installed directories.
> 
> Pending:
> 
>     5.- Make changes to httpd.conf
>     6.- Restart apache if installed as service.
> 
>    I used an opensource install program called "inno setup", i will
> put the Script source as GPL so anybody can use the install script to
> make an updated version once it is finished for Axis-C 1.2 version.
> 
>     Regards, 
>     Edgar Zavala.
> --
> J. Edgar Zavala S. ak'a Kerberos
> eMail: jezavala@gmail.com
> PGP: 0x6B60B604/0x73C6D26B
> Web: http://www.kerberos-research.com
> -- My software never has bugs.It just develops random features --
> 



		
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