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From "Gilles Bayon" <ibatis....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: .Net DataMapper MSI package
Date Fri, 18 Jan 2008 07:10:32 GMT
Cool, you could created a Jira ticket and attached the MSI package when you
have finished.

On 1/17/08, Chris Weisel <chris.weisel@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've created an MSI package to install DataMapper for .Net 2.0 into the
> GAC for internal use at work, and I decided that since I was already doing
> the work, I might as well see if anyone wanted to put the package up on the
> site for distribution.
> I packaged up Castle.DynamicProxy, IBatisNet.Common, and
> IBatisNet.DataMapper, which go into the GAC, as well as the license files,
> the sample providers and config files, and the xsd files, all of which go
> into the Program Files folder.  I also put shortcuts into the Start Menu.
> I added a License Agreement screen to the setup project, which requires an
> RTF document.  I wanted to do 1 screen for the iBatis license and 1 for the
> Castle license, but VStudio is only letting me add 1 license screen.
>  Therefore, I left the existing licenses intact and copied their entire
> texts into an RTF file which I also included in the MSI and referenced in
> the License screen.  I'm not sure if the way I organized the licenses in the
> file will make the lawyers happy, so I wanted to get some input before I
> sent it out.
> Is there anyone who could take a look at what I've done and see what needs
> to be changed to make this work?  Let me know and I'll email it directly to
> whoever is interested.
> Thanks,
> Chris Weisel
> p.s. I'm also working on Item Templates and a Project Template for VS 2k5
> to lower the barrier to entry for iBatis.  I'll have to double check with my
> boss, but there should be no problem contributing those items to the
> project, either.


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