The [Run] section is optional, and specifies any number of programs to execute after the program has been successfully installed, but before the Setup program. The latter can happen if CloseApplications is set to yes or force. Installing Shown during the actual installation process. Information Shown if InfoAfterFile is set. Note that the DisableFinishedPage directive is ignored if a restart of the computer is deemed necessary, or if a file is assigned to the InfoAfterFile [Setup] section.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Note that by default, if a program executed in the [Run] section queues files to be replaced on the next reboot by calling MoveFileEx or by modifying wininit. This parameter specifies a new name for the file when it is installed on the user’s system. If a file already exists on the user’s system, it by default will be replaced according to the following rules:.
This flag is required if Filename is not a directly executable file an. Below is a list of all the wizard pages Setup may potentially display, and the conditions under which they are displayed. To uninstall the file Uninstaller uses the strong assembly name specified by parameter StrongAssemblyName. The following options are supported:. Must be combined with the sharedfile flag to have an effect.
If a component name is prefixed with a “! If a task name is prefixed with a “! The following is an example of a [Run] section.
This must be exactly the same name as you see when you double-click the font file in Explorer. For the most part the two versions are used identically, and any differences between them are noted throughout the help file.
This parameter must be combined with the external flag and specifies the size of the external file in bytes.
The former can happen if the PrepareToInstall event function returned an error or if one or more files specified in the [Files] and [InstallDelete] sections were queued by some other installation to be replaced or deleted on the next restart.
When a wildcard is used, all files matching it use the same options. By default, when the shellexec flag is used it will not wait until the spawned process terminates. The uninstaller will decrement the reference count the same number of times, however, so no references are leaked provided the UninstallLogMode [Setup] section directive isn’t changed from its default setting of append. If Setup is run more than once, the reference count for the file will be incremented more than once.
If this flag is specified, it will launch the program in a hidden window. If sortfilesbyextension is also used, files are first sorted by extension.
Any message box displayed by [Code] support function MsgBox. The patterns may include backslashes.
Cannot be combined with nowait or waituntilidle. Programs are executed in the order they appear in the script. Multiple options may be used by separating them by spaces. The description of the entry, which can include constants. It will not overwrite or append to existing files.
Its value specifies the file which is compiled into the output setup and so this directive value must be known at compilation time. Specifies additional attributes for the file. It is strongly recommended that you DO NOT use this flag, unless you are absolutely sure you know what you’re doing. In the event these conditions are not met, no error message will be displayed, and the permissions will not be set.
Setup Command Line Parameters
As with the regserver flag, when used in combination with sharedfilethe file will only be unregistered by the uninstaller when the reference count reaches zero. This flag can be useful when uninstalling things like shell extensions which cannot be programmatically stopped. Select Components Shown if there are any [Components] entries. This flag cannot be combined with the isreadmeregserverregtypelibrestartreplaceinfooafterfileor uninsneveruninstall flags.
License Agreement Shown if LicenseFile is set. This flag can be useful when installing very common shared files that shouldn’t be deleted under any circumstances, such as MFC DLLs. Don’t copy the file to the user’s system during the normal file copying stage but do statically compile the file into the installation. Inffoafterfile is the sample call of such setup from command line:. Each time the file infoarterfile installed, the reference count for the file is incremented.
Will almost always begin with one of the directory constants.