[cvsnt] Re: Possible to build InnoSetup installation using downloaded binaries?

Oliver Giesen ogware at gmx.net
Wed Dec 15 09:59:03 GMT 2004

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Bo Berglund wrote:

> I have put it onto this URL now:
> http://w1.862.telia.com/~u86216177/cvsntinstaller.html
> (yeah, it is stupid URL but my ISP has this as the only possible
> solution right now...)
> This page has a hit counter, but it is for visits not for downloads.
> I might be able to do the download count too but not just yet.
> The installer itself is built with InnoSetup 4.1.5 using the script in
> the cvsnt CVS repo and with the current binaries downloaded from the
> CVSNT site today.
> Let's see if it works out...

BTW: The caption on your 1816 download link reads 1810 as well.

I have now also built an 1816 installer using Inno 4.2.7 which is what
we're using here. The improved compression cuts the size by a full meg
in comparison to your installer. If anyone has space to upload I'll
gladly do so. I unfortunately haven't at the moment.


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