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Male westwood
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sword starter pack

hi, i think that the sword project is great.
i was wondering, if i wanted to distribute my own kind of starter pack (i'm thinking of putting english+hebrew+other language+dictionaries) how would i go about bundling them together so when the user installs it, those additional modules are installed also? thanks.
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Male eelik
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Re: sword starter pack

You could for example create your own nsis installer, see
http://crosswire.org/svn/biblecs/trunk/installer/

If you want to know how the original "starter pack" is created you have to ask from sword-devel mail list, unless some developer happens to read this. The pack is also created with Nullsoft Installer but I don't know the details.
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