And yet another comment:
The installer has a "Portable" mode where you must specify the target folder
and it does not do any desktop/shell integration. I haven't tested this yet,
but it should work fine right out of the box. I might write a little wrapper
script to launch a default notebook in some path relative to the binary's
folder (for the case with executable + notebook data as folders under Zim on
your thumbdrive). We should have something to publish on
portableapps.com"real soon now".
On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 3:45 AM, Brendan Kidwell <sn...@glump.net> wrote:
> At long last, I have a working NSIS-based installer for Zim 0.4x for
> Windows. Thanks very much to Eugene Schava for submitting build-win32.py
> back in January.
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