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Anyone know a good install creator?

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  1. 1. Do you need to package your scripts in a installer?

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I don't suppose this is really an autoit realated question, although it would be nice to code my own installer using something like autot!

But at the minute I can't see a way of doing exactly what I want and making it custom, so I'm using Click Teams' Install Creator but it displays advertisment at the end if you don't pay for it, and as you can guess I want something FREE! (As anyone would)

So if you've got any suggestions feel free to tell me :blink: ! Something highly customizable, some free with no real advertisement, something like what I use already?!

Please

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NSIS http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Main_Page

Very customizable.


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DjATUit,

another great installer is Inno Setup.

If you want to customize it, you may practice the script syntax it uses.

You can also let user choose the language to use during setup, and/or you can translate it into your native language if it is not included in language files.

I found it very usable...

regards

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Thanks, fast replies

NSIS looks good

But i will look at Inno Setup!

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

You'll find scripting Inno Setup is much easier than NSIS plus it has some great 3rd party addons including a nice front end that is Scintilla based the same as SciTE is.

Edit: Forgot to mention. If you want inno all in one package then use the QuickStart pack and I recomment the Unicode version.

Edited by GEOSoft

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Inno Setup is the easiest I have found.


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