# [ros-diffs] [gedmurphy] 26796: a bit of rearranging

gedmurphy at svn.reactos.org gedmurphy at svn.reactos.org
Tue May 15 19:54:35 CEST 2007

Author: gedmurphy
Date: Tue May 15 21:54:35 2007
New Revision: 26796

URL: http://svn.reactos.org/svn/reactos?rev=26796&view=rev
Log:
a bit of rearranging

trunk/tools/RosTE/GUI/
trunk/tools/RosTE/installer/
- copied unchanged from r26794, trunk/tools/RosTE/LICENSE.txt
- copied unchanged from r26794, trunk/tools/RosTE/README.txt
trunk/tools/RosTE/installer/RosTE.nsi
- copied, changed from r26794, trunk/tools/RosTE/RosTE.nsi
trunk/tools/RosTE/installer/ros.ico
- copied unchanged from r26794, trunk/tools/RosTE/ros.ico
trunk/tools/RosTE/installer/unros.ico
- copied unchanged from r26794, trunk/tools/RosTE/unros.ico
Removed:
trunk/tools/RosTE/RosTE.nsi
trunk/tools/RosTE/ros.ico
trunk/tools/RosTE/unros.ico

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==============================================================================
@@ -1,79 +1,0 @@
-== Introduction ==
-
-RosTE is a Windows based test environment for both ReactOS testers and developers.
-It aims to provide an official test environment in a similar fashion to RosBE.
-It also aims to provide an environment which is quick and easy to setup, allowing
-non-techs or newbies interested in the project to get up an running quickly, with
-easy access to important features such as live debugging or quick mounting of the
-VM image.
-
-RosTE encompasses the following key components:
-
-- ReactOS QEmu Manager 1.3
-This is a GUI front end to RosTE giving a high degree of versatility over the
-virtual machine, with many other features added to ensure management of your
-test environment is simple.
-
-- QEmu 0.9.0
-This is the latest QEmu virtual machine for Windows. It provides a reliable
-and proven test bed for operating system development
-
-- KQEmu 1.3.0pre-11
-This is the latest offering of QEmu accelerator, a driver allowing the emulator
-to run much faster, improving the performance of ReactOS significantly
-
-- VDK  3.2
-This is a virtual disk driver allowing quick mounting of your virtual machine
-image, allowing it to appear as a regular drive on your Windows operating system.
-
-
-
-== Installation ==
-
-Instalation is simple, just double click the installer, and follow the simple
-instructions. Upon completion, the QEmu manager will appear.
-
-
-
-== Setup ==
-
-Before your newly installed test environment is ready for use, you must configure
-some vital settings.
-
-1. Creating a new VM image (recommended)
-If you don’t plan on using an existing image, you must setup a new image for use
-with RosTE.  Click on the ‘tools’ tab, set the ‘size’ of the image to your preferred
-value (512 is recommended), ensure the format is ‘vmdk’ and click ‘create image’
-In the dialog, choose a save location (remember where you save this) and click ‘save’
-
-2. Setting paths
-- Paths tab
-	If you choose to leave the install path as default (C:\Program Files\RosTE)
-	then you needn’t worry about setting the QEmu and VDK paths, however if you
-	changed this, then you will need to re-associate your paths with your chosen
-	install location.
-
-	Set the QEmu and VDK paths by clicking on the open dialog buttons and locating
-	the paths of the corresponding folders (<your path>/RosTE/QEmu and <your path>/RosTE/VDK)
-
-- Harddisk tab
-	Check the ‘HDA’ setting and locate the path of your virtual machine image (ReactOS.vmdk)
-
-- CD-ROM tab
-	Ensure the CD-ROM setting is checked.
-	If you plan on booting ReactOS from the iso provided by RosBE, click on ‘Image File’
-	and enter the path of your default ReactOS source directory. This is where RosBE
-	will save the generated iso. Otherwise, point this image file to the file located on
-	This setting can be changed to ‘Host CD-ROM’ once you have an installed system,
-	allowing you to use your computers CD-ROM as the virtual machine CD-ROM
-
-- Tools tab
-	You must be an administrator to use the VDK feature.
-	Set this to the path of your virtual machine image (ReactOS.vmdk)
-
-3. Setup debugging
-To setup live debugging, click the ‘Debug’ tab and ensure ‘Redirect to screen’ is
-checked. This will setup a telnet session and stream the debug output to a window
-provided by RosTE. Note, you must choose ‘Debug’ at the first boot option to receive
-debug information

Removed: trunk/tools/RosTE/RosTE.nsi
URL: http://svn.reactos.org/svn/reactos/trunk/tools/RosTE/RosTE.nsi?rev=26795&view=auto
==============================================================================
--- trunk/tools/RosTE/RosTE.nsi (original)
+++ trunk/tools/RosTE/RosTE.nsi (removed)
@@ -1,222 +1,0 @@
-!define PRODUCT_NAME "ReactOS Test Environment"
-!define PRODUCT_VERSION "0.1"
-!define PRODUCT_PUBLISHER "ReactOS"
-!define PRODUCT_WEB_SITE "http://www.reactos.org"
-!define PRODUCT_DIR_REGKEY "Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths\RosTE"
-!define PRODUCT_UNINST_KEY "Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\${PRODUCT_NAME}" -!define PRODUCT_UNINST_ROOT_KEY "HKLM" -!define SOURCE_DIR "D:\ReactOS\trunk\tools\RosTE\files" -!define MODULE_NAME "RosTE" - -;; Basic installer options -Name "${PRODUCT_NAME} ${PRODUCT_VERSION}" -OutFile "RosTE-${PRODUCT_VERSION}.exe"
-InstallDir "$PROGRAMFILES\RosTE" -InstallDirRegKey HKLM "${PRODUCT_DIR_REGKEY}" ""
-ShowInstDetails show
-ShowUnInstDetails show
-
-VIAddVersionKey /LANG=1033 "ProductVersion" "${PRODUCT_VERSION}" -VIAddVersionKey /LANG=1033 "ProductName" "${PRODUCT_NAME}"
-VIAddVersionKey /LANG=1033 "Comments" "This installer was written by Ged Murphy using Nullsoft Scriptable Install System (http://nsis.sourceforge.net/)"
-VIAddVersionKey /LANG=1033 "FileDescription" "${PRODUCT_NAME} Setup" -VIProductVersion "0.0.1.0" - -CRCCheck force -SetCompressor /FINAL /SOLID lzma - -; MUI 1.67 compatible -!include "MUI.nsh" - -; MUI Settings -!define MUI_ABORTWARNING -!define MUI_ICON "ros.ico" -!define MUI_UNICON "unros.ico" - -; Welcome page -!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_WELCOME -; License page -!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_LICENSE "D:\ReactOS\trunk\tools\RosTE\LICENSE.txt" -; Directory page -!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_DIRECTORY -; Instfiles page -!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_INSTFILES -; Finish page -!define MUI_FINISHPAGE_RUN "$INSTDIR\GUI\QemuGUI.exe"
-!insertmacro MUI_PAGE_FINISH
-
-; Uninstaller pages
-!insertmacro MUI_UNPAGE_INSTFILES
-
-; Language files
-!insertmacro MUI_LANGUAGE "English"
-
-; MUI end ------
-
-ShowInstDetails show
-ShowUnInstDetails show
-
-Section "InstallGui" SEC01
-  SetOutPath "$INSTDIR\GUI" - SetOverwrite ifnewer - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\GUI\QemuGUI.exe"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\GUI\config.xml" - CreateDirectory "$SMPROGRAMS\RosTE"
-  CreateShortCut "$SMPROGRAMS\RosTE\RosTE.lnk" "$INSTDIR\GUI\QemuGUI.exe"
-  CreateShortCut "$DESKTOP\RosTE.lnk" "$INSTDIR\GUI\QemuGUI.exe"
-  WriteRegStr HKCU "Software\RosTE" "DefaultConfig" "$INSTDIR\GUI\config.xml" -SectionEnd - -Section "InstallQemu" SEC02 - SetOutPath "$INSTDIR\QEmu"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\bios.bin" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\fmod.dll"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\libusb0.dll" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\linux_boot.bin"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\pxe-ne2k_pci.bin" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\pxe-pcnet.bin"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\pxe-rtl8139.bin" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu-doc.html"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu-img.exe" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu-system-x86_64.exe"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu-tech.html" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu-win.bat"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu-x86_64.bat" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\qemu.exe"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\README-en.txt" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\README-ja.txt"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\SDL.dll" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\vgabios-cirrus.bin"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\vgabios.bin" - SetOutPath "$INSTDIR\QEmu\keymaps"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\ar" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\common"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\da" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\de"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\de-ch" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\en-gb"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\en-us" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\es"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\et" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\fi"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\fo" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\fr"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\fr-be" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\fr-ca"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\fr-ch" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\hr"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\hu" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\is"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\it" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\ja"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\lt" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\lv"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\mk" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\modifiers"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\nl" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\nl-be"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\no" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\pl"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\pt" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\pt-br"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\ru" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\sl"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\sv" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\th"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\keymaps\tr" - SetOutPath "$INSTDIR\QEmu\License"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\License\LICENSE" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\License\README-SDL.txt"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\qemu-0.9.0-windows\License\README.TXT" -SectionEnd - -Section "Installvdk" SEC03 - SetOutPath "$INSTDIR\VDK"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\vdk\COPYING.TXT" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\vdk\README.TXT"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\vdk\READMEJ.TXT" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\vdk\vdk.exe"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\vdk\vdk.sys" -SectionEnd - -Section "InstallQemu" SEC04 - SetOutPath "$INSTDIR\Kqemu"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\Kqemu\LICENSE" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\Kqemu\COPYING"
-  File "${SOURCE_DIR}\Kqemu\kqemu-doc.html" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\Kqemu\kqemu-tech.html"
-  SetOutPath "$SYSDIR\drivers" - File "${SOURCE_DIR}\Kqemu\kqemu.sys"
-  SetOutPath "$SMPROGRAMS" -SectionEnd - -Section -AdditionalIcons - WriteIniStr "$INSTDIR\${PRODUCT_NAME}.url" "InternetShortcut" "URL" "${PRODUCT_WEB_SITE}"
-  CreateShortCut "$SMPROGRAMS\RosTE\Website.lnk" "$INSTDIR\${PRODUCT_NAME}.url" - CreateShortCut "$SMPROGRAMS\RosTE\Uninstall.lnk" "$INSTDIR\uninst.exe" -SectionEnd - -Section -Post - ;; Start kqemu after install - ;; Service control manager plugin is used. Inf file isn't used. - nsSCM::Install /NOUNLOAD "kqemu" "KQEmu virtualisation module for QEmu" 1 2 "$SYSDIR\drivers\kqemu.sys" "" "" "" ""
-  Pop $0 - DetailPrint "snSCM::Install :$0"
-  Pop $0 - DetailPrint "nsSCM::Start :$0"
-
-  WriteUninstaller "$INSTDIR\uninst.exe" - WriteRegStr HKLM "${PRODUCT_DIR_REGKEY}" "" "$INSTDIR\GUI\QemuGUI.exe" - WriteRegStr${PRODUCT_UNINST_ROOT_KEY} "${PRODUCT_UNINST_KEY}" "DisplayName" "$(^Name)"
-  WriteRegStr ${PRODUCT_UNINST_ROOT_KEY} "${PRODUCT_UNINST_KEY}" "UninstallString" "$INSTDIR\uninst.exe" - WriteRegStr${PRODUCT_UNINST_ROOT_KEY} "${PRODUCT_UNINST_KEY}" "DisplayIcon" "$INSTDIR\GUI\QemuGUI.exe"
-  WriteRegStr ${PRODUCT_UNINST_ROOT_KEY} "${PRODUCT_UNINST_KEY}" "DisplayVersion" "${PRODUCT_VERSION}" - WriteRegStr${PRODUCT_UNINST_ROOT_KEY} "${PRODUCT_UNINST_KEY}" "URLInfoAbout" "${PRODUCT_WEB_SITE}"
-  WriteRegStr ${PRODUCT_UNINST_ROOT_KEY} "${PRODUCT_UNINST_KEY}" "Publisher" "${PRODUCT_PUBLISHER}" -SectionEnd - - -Function un.onUninstSuccess - HideWindow - MessageBox MB_ICONINFORMATION|MB_OK "$(^Name) was successfully removed from your computer."
-FunctionEnd
-
-Function un.onInit
-  MessageBox MB_ICONQUESTION|MB_YESNO|MB_DEFBUTTON2 "Are you sure you want to completely remove $(^Name) and all of its components?" IDYES +2 - Abort -FunctionEnd - -Section Uninstall - Delete "$INSTDIR\${PRODUCT_NAME}.url" - Delete "$INSTDIR\uninst.exe"
-  Delete "$DESKTOP\RosTE.lnk" - RMDir /r /REBOOTOK "$SMPROGRAMS\RosTE"
-  RMDir /r /REBOOTOK "$INSTDIR\GUI" - RMDir /r /REBOOTOK "$INSTDIR\QEmu"
-  RMDir /r /REBOOTOK "$INSTDIR\VDK" - RMDir /r /REBOOTOK "$INSTDIR\Kqemu"
-  RMDir /r /REBOOTOK "$INSTDIR" - - ;; Stop kqemu - nsSCM::Stop /NOUNLOAD "kqemu" - Pop$0
-  DetailPrint "nsSCM::Stop : $0" - nsSCM::Remove /NOUNLOAD "kqemu" - Pop$0
-  DetailPrint "nsSCM::Remove : $0" - - DeleteRegKey${PRODUCT_UNINST_ROOT_KEY} "${PRODUCT_UNINST_KEY}" - DeleteRegKey HKLM "${PRODUCT_DIR_REGKEY}"
-  ; delete user defined default config value
-  DeleteRegKey HKCU "Software\RosTE"
-  SetAutoClose false
-SectionEnd

Copied: trunk/tools/RosTE/installer/RosTE.nsi (from r26794, trunk/tools/RosTE/RosTE.nsi)
URL: http://svn.reactos.org/svn/reactos/trunk/tools/RosTE/installer/RosTE.nsi?p2=trunk/tools/RosTE/installer/RosTE.nsi&p1=trunk/tools/RosTE/RosTE.nsi&r1=26794&r2=26796&rev=26796&view=diff
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--- trunk/tools/RosTE/RosTE.nsi (original)
+++ trunk/tools/RosTE/installer/RosTE.nsi Tue May 15 21:54:35 2007
@@ -219,4 +219,4 @@
; delete user defined default config value
DeleteRegKey HKCU "Software\RosTE"
SetAutoClose false
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+SectionEnd

Removed: trunk/tools/RosTE/ros.ico
URL: http://svn.reactos.org/svn/reactos/trunk/tools/RosTE/ros.ico?rev=26795&view=auto
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Removed: trunk/tools/RosTE/unros.ico
URL: http://svn.reactos.org/svn/reactos/trunk/tools/RosTE/unros.ico?rev=26795&view=auto
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