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anyway to execute this coding after compiling?

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I made an installer... and I want to show the person installing the program exactly how much space on the computer is needed in order to install my program...

this is a separate program I have to get the total size...

$a = FileGetSize("installs\Main.exe")
$b = FileGetSize("installs\uninstall.exe")
$c = FileGetSize("installs\EULA.txt")
$d = FileGetSize("installs\Readme.txt")
$e = FileGetSize("installs\Installer.jpg")
$f = FileGetSize("installs\3DX.dll")
$g = FileGetSize("installs\Email.exe")
$h = FileGetSize("installs\Settings.exe")
$i = FileGetSize("installs\L.txt")
$j = FileGetSize("installs\F.txt")
$k = FileGetSize("installs\P.txt")
$l = FileGetSize("installs\O.txt")
$z = Round((($a + $b + $c + $d + $e + $f + $g + $h + $i + $j + $k + $l) / 1048576 ),2)
MsgBox(0,"",$z & "mb")

is there anyway I can have it check the size of everything I "fileinstall()"'d in the main installer and give the variable back?

sorry for the poorly written question... I'm playing CoD ^.^

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You can use resources instead of FileInstall.

Then you can easily get also resource size.

You may look at my Resource UDFto get the idea, link is in my signature.

Edited by Zedna

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