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Zero2Bundle - create ROX application bundles

Published by Thomas Leonard


This is a Zero Install feed. To add this program to your Applications menu, choose Zero Install -> Add New Program from the Applications menu. e.g. on Ubuntu:

Adding with GNOME

If you don't see this menu item, install the zeroinstall-injector package from your distribution's repository, or from

Drag the feed's URL to the dialog box that appears. Other environments may use other systems. For example, if you are a ROX desktop user, drag the link to AddApp instead.

Alternatively, to run it from the command-line:

$ 0launch

The 0alias command can be used to create a short-cut to run it again later.

If you don't have the 0launch command, download it from the web-site, which also contains documentation about how the Zero Install system works.

Full name


Zero2Bundle makes it easy to create self-contained ROX application directories from Zero Install Injector feeds. Note: normally, you would use AddApp rather than Zero2Bundle. AddApp creates small launchers, which will download the application if required and store it in the cache. The launchers will automatically check for updates, run the correct binary for different platforms, and share libraries. Zero2Bundle, by contrast, copies the program and all required libraries into the created directory. This is useful if the target machine doesn't have a network connection, for example.



Available versions

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0.12006-12-03stableAnyDownload (15781 bytes)
0.22010-06-06stableAnyDownload (15894 bytes)
Required libraries

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