Hi Brendan,

Would be great to have a windows installer for the python version,
from the feedback I receive I estimate about half of these users are
actually using your installer. But do take the time you need to work
on it.

I was looking at the "wininst" pyton target as well. This would build
a bar installer that includes just zim and depends on python and gtk
being build independently. Still need to add some post install script
for that which adds a shortcut etc.

Regards,

Jaap


On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 11:25 PM, Brendan Kidwell <sn...@glump.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm still the maintainer of the Windows installer since I built the Perl Zim
> installer last year, right? I'm so sorry you haven't heard much from me
> lately.
> I may or may not have posted a few weeks ago saying I was able to get Zim
> and Python and GTK working in a Windows XP VM, but hadn't yet made much
> progress on an installer. Since then a lot of personal stuff has come up,
> not the least of which was my home router dying last week, which you know
> really puts a damper on any motivation to work on tech projects at home. :^(
> Does anyone want to take my notes and my keys to the Google Code site for
> the Windows installer, and take over the job?
> If not, I'll try really hard get something out in the next two weeks or
> so. I think I can probably get Zim .29 rebuilt with the old Perl Zim
> installer by tomorrow night; then I'll go for .42 and Python.
> Jaap and everyone else, thanks for the hard work! I'm glad to be involved in
> such a useful product.
> Brendan Kidwell
>

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