[pygtk] PyGTK Installer(Was: Pygtk.org website IRC Meeting)
jomc_jr at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 27 10:08:43 WST 2006
I have my idea but i thinks its very awkward .
My idea is to just copy the links of each program Python and GTK and remove the former links installed by programs. Anyway its just a shortcut in "Start Menu/Programs" and it would not affect execution of the program.
A script maybe would look like this.
SetOutPath "$SMPROGRAMS\PyGTK\Python 2.5\"
CopyFiles "$SMPROGRAMS\Python 2.5\*.lnk" "$SMPROGRAMS\PyGTK\Python2.5\"
CopyFiles "$SMPROGRAMS\GTK Demo.lnk" "$SMPROGRAMS\PyGTK\GTK\"
CopyFiles "$SMPROGRAMS\Theme Selector.lnk" "$SMPROGRAMS\PyGTK\GTK\"
CopyFiles "$SMPROGRAMS\Uninstall.lnk" "$SMPROGRAMS\PyGTK\GTK\"
; then delete the former installed link by issuing this:
Delete "$SMPROGRAMS\GTK Demo.lnk"
Delete "$SMPROGRAMS\Theme Selector.lnk"
RMDir /r "$SMPROGRAMS\Python 2.5"
By the way in my computer , the shortcut of Gtk is in the "Star Menu/Program" when I expect that to be installed in the folder "Star Menu/Program/GTK", maybe its because i have already that folder. That I dont know, thus you may notice that I get the link of the GTK on the "Star Menu/Program"
But i believe its good if we could talk to the packager of the both GTK and Python such that they could provide a runtime parameter for the destination in the start/menu program.
Alberto Ruiz <aruiz at synaptia.net> wrote:
I think I need to set up a webpage, svn and bugzilla for this. I would like to merge this into a common project inside the gnome project (they're migrating from CVS to SVN so it's a good moment to do it) with Cedric Gustin, I'm waiting for his opinion and I hope to have the proper tools to address this issues.
Just a suggestion though :)
Thank you very much for your suggestion.
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