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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Note that if Setup has to restart the user’s computer as a result of infooafterfile a file with the flag restartreplace or if the AlwaysRestart [Setup] section directive is yesthe user will not be given an option to view the README file.
Prevents Setup from restarting applications. For the most part the two versions are used identically, and any differences between them are noted throughout the help file. This parameter can include constants. If it fails to set the compression state for any reason for example, if compression is not supported by the file systemno error message will be displayed. Note that if this flag is infoafterfjle with the sharedfile flag, the file will never be deleted at uninstall time but the reference count will still be properly decremented.
Without this flag, Setup will innosrtup the user if an existing read-only file should be overwritten.
The previous default was CopyMode: This can include one or more of the following: Must be combined with the sharedfile flag to have an effect. This is the default behavior in a bit mode install. Note that unlike the Source parameter, a simple Unix-style pattern matching routine is used for Excludes.
If this flag is specified and the system is running Windows Vista or later, the spawned process will execute with the normally non-elevated credentials of the user that started Setup initially i. This description is used for entries with the postinstall flag. Note that administrative privileges are required for this flag to have an effect. By default, when a file being installed has an older version number or older time stamp, when the comparetimestamp flag is used than an existing file, Setup will not replace the existing file.
Commonly available verbs include “open” and “print”. NTFS partitions store time stamps in UTC unlike FAT partitionswhich causes local time stamps — what Inno Setup works with by default — to shift whenever a user changes their system’s time zone or when daylight saving time goes into or out of effect.
Unicode Inno Setup can only create Unicode installers and like wise the non Unicode version can only create non Unicode installers. Select Tasks Shown if there are any [Tasks] entries, unless the [Tasks] entries are all tied to components that were not selected on the Select Components infoafterflie. The following example shows how to load a file specified by the command line parameter -iaf only if that parameter is infoafterfille and the file exists: Note that RunOnceId comparisons are case-sensitive.
This parameter cannot be combined with the external flag. This must be exactly the same name as you see when you double-click the font file in Explorer. This flag instructs Inno Setup not to statically compile the file specified by the Source parameter into the installation files, innoseup instead copy from an existing file on the distribution media or the user’s system.
Setup Command Line Parameters
It will not overwrite or append to existing files. Preparing to Install Normally, Setup will never stop infaofterfile pause on this page. To uninstall the file Uninstaller uses the strong assembly name specified by parameter StrongAssemblyName.
Users may proceed infozfterfile the next page only if the option “I accept the agreement” is selected. Specifies a custom exit code that Setup is to return when the system needs to be restarted following a successful installation. Causes Setup to create a log file in the user’s TEMP invoafterfile detailing file installation and [Run] actions taken during the installation process.
Will almost always begin with one of the directory constants. Unicode Inno Setup is compiled with Delphi instead of Delphi 2 and 3, leading to slightly larger files. 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 displays the final dialog.
Here is an inosetup of a [Files] section: In this case, it tells the user they need to restart their computer and then run Setup again. If a file with the specified name already exists it will be overwritten.
Instructs Setup to install the file as usual, but then delete it once the installation is completed or aborted. This flag cannot be combined with the isreadmeinfoafterfiperegtypelibrestartreplacesharedfileor uninsneveruninstall flags.
This parameter must be combined with the external flag and specifies the size of the external file in bytes. Information Shown if InfoAfterFile is set. See the Source parameter description for more information. Instructs Setup to skip this entry if Setup is not running very silent.
When uninstalling the shared file, automatically remove the file if its reference count reaches zero instead of asking the user. If the [Setup] section directive Password was not set, this command line parameter is ignored.
Cannot be combined with nowait or waituntilidle. The initial current directory for the program. Note that Setup will automatically append ” TrueType ” to the end of the name.
Unnosetup following options are supported:. Sign up using Email and Password.
License Agreement Shown if LicenseFile is set. On a bit mode install, the file is assumed infofaterfile be a bit image and will infoafterfike registered inside a bit process. Also note, that I’m looking for the command line parameter starting with -iafso you’d need to modify this code in real if you expect to use e. Shows a summary of this information. Specifies the action to be performed on the file. The default behavior i. Only the specified tasks will be selected; the rest will be deselected.