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t-o-m-m-y    0

hi benjamin

did you thought about ini instructions?

Or what's with variables for the name which i put in together with the serial# during windows setup?

For example so I could change the username of a program in a setup.iss script of installshield setup. Of i could change any paths or other strings in a reg file before executing.

i think, there are many possibilities what to make with this.

bye

t-o-m-m-y

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t-o-m-m-y    0

ini instructions: mmh, ini file commands

iniwrite.0.1=ini_filename section_name entry_name value

so that i can write to or read from .ini files dynamic.

for example you can execute a setup with the command

command.0=powerdvd\setup.exe /S

but before want to do this:

iniwrite.0.1=powerdvd\setup.iss {6811CAA0-BF12-11D4-9EA1-0050BAE317E1}-SdRegisterUserEx-0 szName %Owner%

so i can install this program on the PC of BenjaminKalytta or on RamonaKalytta's pc, and the owner of the program is the same as the computer once

t-o-m-m-y

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No, INI Script ... sounds interessting, but hey, this isn't a scripting language :P . What I can do here is to add %OWNER%, %ORG% and other environment variables which correspondends WIHU GUI settings.

Benjamin

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my2001    0

Thank God! ;) Please don't add too many features to WIHU. Isn't it supposed to be a Windows Installation Helper Utility, right - and not a eierlegende Wollmilchsau as we call it in German? :P

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