MINDVISION RELEASES VISE X 2.0 FOR MAC OS X
LINCOLN, NEB. – May 31, 2005: MindVision Software announces the immediate
availability of VISE X 2.0, a major upgrade to its Mac OS X installer
product. This version can export installer project data as XML, which
allows developers to compare and modify the data with the tools of their
choice. After working on installer projects outside of VISE X, developers
can use the program to create new projects from the data in the XML files.
Features in version 2.0 include:
* Work with installer projects as XML
* Install locations and Gestalts updated for Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger
* Automatically create bundle updaters
* Set a domain for Copy, Move or Alias actions
* Read a .plist entry and store it in a variable
The VISE X 2.0 installer is available for downloading now at
For a detailed list of changes in this release, see the Read Me in the VISE
X installer, or visit http://www.mindvision.com/visexwhatsnew.
Fully functional evaluation copies of VISE X 2.0 are available for
downloading at http://www.mindvision.com/downloads.asp.
Customers with current annual licenses are eligible to receive this upgrade
for free. Others can find licensing information through the MindVision web
site at http://www.mindvision.com/pricing.asp, or by contacting us at (402)
323-6600 or email@example.com.
Founded in 1987, MindVision Software is a recognized industry leader
specializing in software delivery systems for Macintosh and Windows.
Installer VISE has long been the industry standard installer for the
Macintosh, and is recognized as an excellent choice for Windows. VISE X was
introduced in November 2003 to meet the needs of software developers who
build installers exclusively for Mac OS X. Thousands of software companies,
including Apple, Adobe, Microsoft, Netscape, Macromedia, AOL, Connectix and
FileMaker have come to rely on our software to deliver professional,
easy-to-use installers to their customers.
Fully functional evaluation copies of MindVision products can be obtained
directly from the MindVision web site, by calling (402) 323-6600, or by
sending e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.