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Leopard Sample Code: User Experience
In Mac OS X, software such as applications, frameworks, and plug-ins are packaged in the form of bundles, which are directories in the file system that group related resources. Proper use of bundles greatly simplifies application installation and the overall user experience. For example, executable bundles can support dynamic configuration through mechanisms such as property lists, user preferences, and environment variables.

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InstallerPluginSample (HTML) (DMG) (ZIP)
Provides instructions for extending software installation using custom plugins
Installer Tiger Examples (HTML) (DMG) (ZIP)
A walkthrough of using distribution scripts and other Tiger Installer features.