[Bug 470886] New: Script for execute on win and on linux with double click

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  chronojump | chronojump | Ver: unspecified
           Summary: Script for execute on win and on linux with double click
           Product: chronojump
           Version: unspecified
          Platform: Other
        OS/Version: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: blocker
          Priority: Normal
         Component: chronojump
        AssignedTo: xaviblas cvs gnome org
        ReportedBy: xaviblas cvs gnome org
         QAContact: xaviblas cvs gnome org
     GNOME version: Unspecified
   GNOME milestone: Unspecified

Write an script that executes chronojump using double click. On windows and
linux, search for mono and manage path for executing it. on win: a .bat; on
linux: a .sh

win script started:


It need to be mkbundled for embedding mono, and adapted to a new release file
structure. Something like this:

release two compressed files:chronojump-06.zip and chronojump-06.tgz both with
the same content. When uncompressed:

            convert_database.bat (probably)
            sqlite.exe (probably)
            sqlite3.exe (probably)
        chronojump.prg (main program, called by the scripts on win, lin
        NPlot dlls (are they different for win and linux?)
        sqlite dlls (for windows)

The bat files on win, and the .sh files on linux: 1)find mono; 2)fix the path;
3) run the programs

write also a script that creates the tgz and the zip according to this

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