CoolPackager is a program for developers which will allow users of your software to easily install your program. A CoolPackage is a self-extracting, and self-installing shell script. Creating a CoolPackage with CoolPackager only requires a .tar.gz and a simple installation script.
|Tags||Software Development Code Generators Archiving Packaging|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release has more support in using CoolTags (my invention), and collects more information about your software, and if your package has interactivity, then it will display this information when you type packagenamehere --info. There is also a fix for a bug that made interactive packages not valid shell scripting, which would create errors in some cases.
Release Notes: This release now includes the ability to make your packages somewhat interface, with --help and --extract options.
Release Notes: This program now makes a shell script instead of self compiling C programs. The user no longer requires gcc to install a CoolPackage.
Release Notes: Names of output files don't have to end in .c, and the name of an output file can be changed after it's written.
Release Notes: Ability to make Web scripts (what makes the command http://www.ccil.org/~sharp/cpkg | sh work).