R2build system is a tool/framework to establish your daily build(or nightly build, or build automation, or continuous integration system) in a very easy way . It includes, but is not limited to, plug-ins for email notification, FTP, various installer packaging tool, Java/C++/Ant/Nant/.Net/Delphi/C++Builder, and various source control tools.
Have Dashboard to monitor all the projects and builds
Support mutiple Project and Multiple Builds
Support Build schedule
Easy to create build flowgraph by drag&drop
Support the following source control tools: VSS, CVS, Perforce, Clearcase, Subversion, SourroundSCM, MKS
Support the following development tools: Microsoft Visual Studio 2003/2005/VC6.0/VB6.0, Borland Delphi/C++Builder, Ant, Nant, Jam..
Support the following installer packaging tool: InstallShield, Inno setup, Nullsoft installer, InstallAware, AdvancedInstaller, Wise Installer
Support the following automation test tool: NUnit, Rational Robot, Winrunner, QAWizard, test co ...
The InstallAware Setup Squeezer intelligently unpacks your InstallShield setups, and then recompresses them using InstallAware's industry leading compression technology. Setup Squeezer is a fully automated, point-and-click wizard, which produces 15%-50% size savings on your setup packages. All this happens with you converting your setup projects - you can keep them in their own native format, and still benefit from InstallAware's compression.
ZipScan searches archive files. It can search and extract Zip, CAB, RAR, ACE, InstallShield CAB, JAR, TAR, GZIP and OpenOffice files, including password-protected, nested and self-extracting archives. The program can search for a text string, search by date, search by size and search version resource tables.
Files found can be opened, viewed and extracted. The list of files found can be saved as a text, comma-separated (CSV) or HTML file. ZipScan supports drag-drop and copy-paste extraction of files.
ZipScan can extract Microsoft CAB files and InstallShield CAB files. ZipScan supports CLASSPATH searching to find Java .class files. You can also use ZipScan to find files in the Windows CD CAB files.