It builds a PE CD / UFD from either XP or Vista or Win7 x86 source CD.
That is the first known really multiPE project!
Download at http://nativeex.exec...eEx_multiPE.zip
The project has three parts:
Depending on the source CD, PE1 / PE2 / PE2 core is installed.
This part is theoretically independent from the source CD. Most "regular" app scripts can be added.
Independent from the source CD, the final PE is built here. All tracks use the (new, UNICODE ready) nativeEx's "buildModel" functionality and create shortcuts, associations, etc. at build time. No necessarity of ressurce consuming historic build time functions like "RegAddBoot".
- Download from nativeEx server (above link)
- Start WinBuilder and open the project
- Apply the Build Track you want to use
- Define the according source CD XP / Vista / win7
- When defining Vista / Win7, you must define the source WIM indexes in ImageIndexEx. If you miss that, you get an error that %Imagex% is not defined.
- Build the project. It will run into the qEmu emulator.
(If you have VmWare or VirtualBox emulators installed in your host, you may define them as emulator in PEFactory. They are much faster)
BTW: The project has only very few "standard" applications included.
But it is no problem, to add most application scripts from LiveXP, Win7PE or other currently existing projects. The only prerequesite is that these application scripts have to be compliant with the actual WinBuilder syntax, and do not use "exotic" new ( C ) API functions.