I've updated my PSP Installer so that it can create stand alone executable install programs (all content zipped)... It seemed someone released a program that was exactly the same as mine the day after the last release... I thought rather than have two utils around that were the same I'd make mine different...
Here's the readme,
The PSP Installer is a program that creates a single stand alone executable
install file that will install files and folders onto end user PSPs.
The stand alone executables will detected a connected PSP automatically
making it very simple for your users to install your application.
This is obviously intended for developers.
The program allows you to choose the root folder on your PC. This folder should
contain the files you want to be copied onto the end user's PSP. The default
is the MS_ROOT folder. Assume any files or folders you place in the MS_ROOT
folder will be copied to the root of the PSP memory stick.
You can also choose a jpg file that will become the background of the compiled
installer you are creating and also a Readme file that will popup when the
user has completed the installation.
The end result is a single executable program containing all the files you
want copying to the end user's PSP. There is no real need to worry about
zipping the install program as your files will already by zipped up during
the compiled process.
- Now creates stand alone executables for distribution
- Front end allows easy selection of the folder path, picture and readme
- Preview available on front end
- Zip compression on all compiled files
- Progress bar added when installing