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SpatialBundles are new files/objects that let you encapsulate files and transport them using standard POSIX file manipulation tools.
One of the practical application of SpatialBundle is to package complex software made by thousand of files into one single interactive file.
The user click on the SpatialBundle and the program starts.
A SpatialBundle does not require root password, nor extra dependencies.
Does not install and works very closed like ROX AppDir and OSX Bundles but instead use Directory bundle it use File Bundle.
It's build entirely in pure standard POSIX shell scripting language to maximize portability from any Linux flavor to OSX and finally land to Windows 2003 when is possible or to Windows system where UNIX services for Windows was available.

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