Breeze:OS©® -- Package Format

The packaging system of our distribution uses an XML-based document format.
The packaging system is used to install, update, or remove packages.
The package consists of either source code or binary files; which are compressed into the archive.* entry.

The exact format follows:

This file has a single line of text which gives the MIME type for the package.

Meta-information about the content of the package
(such things as author, last revision date, indexing settings, etc.)

This file contains information that is specific to the package, such as
default options for running applications found in the package.

This file may have signature, ID, public and/or private keys, if any required for decrypting. 
Keys may be included in the file and URIs provided for access to other keys.
The use of embedded keys and URIs  may form the basis of a license server,
by requiring the package installer to connect to a web server with a key ID
to retrieve the decrypting key.
This file lists this package's dependencies on other packages, and
hardware or software requirements, if any.

This file gives a list of all files found in the package.

This file defines the way the HTML files presenting information about the archive,
will be generated; i.e. the styles to be used in creating the HTML file.

This file contains the actual zipped contents of all files listed in the manifest.

Image Gallery

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Desktop Preview

The Breeze::OS Desktop is the default desktop of the Breeze::OS Kodiak distribution. It is based on the use of plugins, which can be sent across the web.

A Gallery of images is provided, which give a glimpse of the overall look of the Breeze::OS Desktop.



Breeze::OS©® includes our proprietary web enabled desktop, called Breeze::OS Desktop©®. Breeze:OS was conceived to serve as a web OS, which would allow every installation to act as an HTTP server.