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PackageUpdater

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Package Updater simply copies whatever you put in the "prog" folder to a directory that the user selects. This is a great way for developers to package programs on a company network and move them to your local directory. During the install, users can also choose not to overwrite your data files.

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, Engineering

User Interface

.NET/Mono

Programming Language

Visual Basic .NET

Registered

2013-03-05

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