El 06/11/13 11:47, Jordi Sayol ha escrit:
> El 06/11/13 10:55, Jordi Sayol ha escrit:
>> El 05/11/13 23:46, Walter Bright ha escrit:
>>> On 11/5/2013 2:41 PM, Brad Anderson wrote:
>>>> Figured it out. You used linux/win/installer.nsi. I have no idea why that
>>>> exists and what it is for.
>>> It's so you can build the windows installer from a Linux box. I presumed it
>>> was the same.
>> It is not the same. The linux/windows/dinstaller.nsi is a fork of
>> windows/dinstaller.nsi. Mainly differs as it includes everything on itself,
>> removing the need to download dmd/dmc/libcurl every time dmd is installed.
>> There are some other minor changes.
> Errata: s:linux/windows/dinstaller.nsi:linux/win/installer.nsi:
> BTW. Changes on this fork:
> - Built in all the needed components. No downloads during installation.
> - Checks if another dmd version is already installed, and force to uninstall
> it before proceed. If uninstaller fails, installation can be forced by the
> command "dmd-2.064.2.exe /f".
> - Changes on the Windows system registry fields and values.
> - Remove the dmd version 1.
> - Not allowed to go ahead if nothing is selected.
> - Changed default path to "C:\dmd". If previous dmd installation is set to
> another path, installer uses it instead the default.
> It is prepared to be built by the "linux/dmd_win.sh", which is included on
> "linux/build_all.sh" as well.
Add to these changes:
- Check if a dmd installer instance is already running (only one at a time
- When uninstalling, keeps root dmd folder if some file/folder added by the
user remains there, but not if in "dm" nor "dmd2" folders.