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Thread: 10.2.3 and installer



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Uffe Kousgaard

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10.2.3 and installer
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  Posted: Mar 16, 2018 1:22 AM
I have just noticed that the installer in 10.2.3 is Innosetup.
Just look at the file unins000.dat in the application folder.

Innosetup is open source, created with Delphi and a great tool.

Has it been like this for all 10.2 releases?

10.1 is a different kind of installer.

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Uffe Kousgaard
Arthur Hoornweg

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Re: 10.2.3 and installer
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  Posted: Mar 16, 2018 5:04 AM   in response to: Uffe Kousgaard in response to: Uffe Kousgaard
Uffe Kousgaard wrote:
I have just noticed that the installer in 10.2.3 is Innosetup.
Just look at the file unins000.dat in the application folder.


I wondered already, that the installation went so smoothly! Inno is the best!

Alexandre Machado

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Re: 10.2.3 and installer
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  Posted: Mar 18, 2018 1:37 PM   in response to: Uffe Kousgaard in response to: Uffe Kousgaard
Uffe Kousgaard wrote:
I have just noticed that the installer in 10.2.3 is Innosetup.
Just look at the file unins000.dat in the application folder.

Innosetup is open source, created with Delphi and a great tool.

Has it been like this for all 10.2 releases?

10.1 is a different kind of installer.

Regards
Uffe Kousgaard

That's definitely a move in the right direction. Inno Setup is the best.
Chad Hower

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Re: 10.2.3 and installer
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  Posted: Mar 28, 2018 9:10 AM   in response to: Uffe Kousgaard in response to: Uffe Kousgaard
On 3/16/2018 4:22 AM, Uffe Kousgaard wrote:
I have just noticed that the installer in 10.2.3 is Innosetup.
Just look at the file unins000.dat in the application folder.

This is GREAT news!
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