MacInstallerBuilder
MacInstallerBuilder
3.7.0.170

2.8

MacInstallerBuilder free download for Mac

MacInstallerBuilder3.7.0.170

04 November 2006

Create custom installers.

Overview

MacInstallerBuilder allows you to create customized installers for System 7.1 through Mac OS X.

What's new in MacInstallerBuilder

Version 3.7:
  • Default folder icon on Windows fixed.
  • Windows installer's "Select a Folder" now thread safe.
  • Update & close project no longer throws a rename error.
  • Tasks now link correctly to linked files/folders.
  • New feature, import and export current project settings.
  • Platform "Any" in tasks now takes preference over others.

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5 Reviews of MacInstallerBuilder

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Anonymous
08 December 2003
Version: 3.0.3

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Please don't do this to us users... Don't use custom installers. If it's really beyond your programming ability to create a drag-and-drop application, at least use the built in installer. Ever custom installer takes another step towards killing what consistency is left on our platform. (Note: I am only rating this because they posting doesn't work unless you include a rating)
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New-User
09 July 2006
Version: 3.6.2.152
If for some reason your application must instal crap in the system then use the Apple Instal Package Maker. And include an un-instal script. Otherwise a compressed DMG or just compressing the app are the way to do things on the mac. A 3rd party installer immediately screams "shoddy developer" to me and I'd imagine most other users as well.
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Anonymous
26 August 2004
Version: 3.2.6
MacInstaller Builder Pro also allows to make installers for Windows which look just like the Mac ones. You can have quite a bit more info appear during the install process with a few images to spice up the installer.
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Anonymous
04 July 2004
Version: 3.2.5
what absolute garbage. just make a .dmg or use apple's installer. they're both free and infinitely better methods.
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Anonymous
11 December 2003
Version: 3.0.3
Agreed! Putting the software into a .dmg file in a form which can simply be dragged to one's hard drive is infinitely preferable to an installer. If an installer is necessary, use the Apple installer. And if encoding and compression is desirable, PLEASE encode using TAR and BZIP or TAR and GZIP rather than Stuffit, which has developed some serious drawbacks!
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Anonymous
08 December 2003
Version: 3.0.3
Please don't do this to us users... Don't use custom installers. If it's really beyond your programming ability to create a drag-and-drop application, at least use the built in installer. Ever custom installer takes another step towards killing what consistency is left on our platform. (Note: I am only rating this because they posting doesn't work unless you include a rating)
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