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tsmorton
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Bible Analyzer Portable

Greetings,

We develop a free Bible study and analysis application called Bible Analyzer. We have produced a portable edition for some time and were wondering if PortableApps would be interested in listing it.

Bible Analyzer Portable uses the NSIS install system, does not write to the registry on anywhere on the host computer (other than extract itself to a folder for copying to the portable device), and is freeware (but not open source).

Here is the link,
http://www.BibleAnalyzer.com/BibleAnalyzer432port-setup.exe

If you have any questions or concerns, let us know.

Thanks,
Tim Morton
www.BibleAnalyzer.com

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Looks nice

I only took a quick peek for now, and i like it. However it likely won't be listed unless it follows the PortableApps.com format (more details here).

It amazes me that on the internet you can be anything you want, and yet so many people still choose to be idiots.

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PortableApps.com Format

To be listed, apps must be in PortableApps.com Format; see /development for more information. If you would like assistance with it, I'm happy to help.

I am a Christian and a developer and moderator here.

“A soft answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.” – Proverbs 15:1

tsmorton
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Thanks for the info. I do

Thanks for the info.

I do not at this time wish to change the source code so the data and other files are placed in PortableApps format (it will break too many things), however, after a quick glance at the PortableApps Lancher, is seems it may be possible to redirect these files. Am I reading it right?

Tim
www.BibleAnalyzer.com

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Yes

This is how we do it usually.

Previously known as kAlug.

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