ZitaFTP Server's install script currently uses WBRun to start the installer. Unfortunately, WBRun doesn't wait for completion (it isn't supposed to), and AmiUpdate will delete the installer's files right from under its nose.
I don't see a command line option to make WBRun wait for completion before returning. Is this possible? If not, what's an alternative way to run something as if it were started from Workbench that will wait for completion?
I suppose that I could also call the installer directly, but that's not very flexible (e.g., what if I change the installer tool; WBRun reads it from the icon file).