Loki Releases Open Source ProjectsJan 18, 2001, 16:56 (2 Talkback[s])
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Subject: [loki-press] Loki Open Source Projects
In an unprecedented race to GPL freedom, Loki Software, Inc. releases the latest in their long line of open source projects: a complete set of end-user and developer tools for managing software releases.
This update to the classic setup tool includes support for our brand-new XML product database. This new product database allows you to quickly determine if your product is complete or corrupt, and doesn't require superuser permissions to install. If you install it, you can update and remove it with our new tools...
Loki Update Tool 1.0.6
This easy to use end-user tool allows anyone to quickly and easily update any Loki software they install. It features easy-to-use mirror support, the ability to resume broken connections, support for HTTP and FTP proxies, and automatic update verification to make absolutely sure that the download you want is the download you get. All this for the quick and easy price of absolutely nothing! That's right, just hop on over to our open-source depot and grab the conveniently packaged binary archive. And once you've updated your games and you're looking for space for the new ones, what better way to uninstall the old ones than...
Loki Uninstall Tool 1.0.3
This easy to use end-user tool allows anyone to quickly and easily update any Loki software they install. In one step, you can easily remove literally gigabytes of games, freeing yourself up for the latest blockbuster titles from Loki Software, Inc.
Loki Patch Tools 1.0.1
These tools are perfect for the developer in you. Whether you're working on a large binary-only project or just want the convenience of the Loki Update Tool, these tools will allow you to build patches for any project. Complete with pre-install scripts, post-install scripts, and full diagnostics, these tools are a must for anyone looking for easy software updates.
The Loki Software Team
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