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Inno Setup & svn pre Beta: Help wanted

From: White, David (KWI C54) <D.White_at_alcoa.com.au>
Date: 2003-10-07 02:21:01 CEST

On Oct 6, Jostein Chr Andersen <jostein@josander.net> wrote:

> Well, when we talk about this, how many people are using Subversion
> installed with the installer? I wish that I knew how many downloads the
> installer have.
> If I count some developers and see the problems the installer have on
> this list, then I will say that approx. 10-15 people are using it. Two
> are using XP (I'm one of them), three Win9x (I'm two of them with 95 and
> 98 for testing) and one NT4 (me, for testing purposes). The rest are
> using Windows 2000. ;-)
> I really start to wonder if it's any idea at all to make a windows
> installer at all when I look at the overwhelming feedback on the list
> everytime a new version come out or when I ask for feedback. On the
> other hand, this lack of feedback can also mean that everything mostly
> works _very_good_ .

I for one would like to see the installer continue. I'm a Fortran
programmer (don't lynch me!) using Subversion to maintain my projects
under Win2K.

While I have access to a C compiler, I would not want to routinely build
Subversion. I just want to be able to use it!


David White
David White
Senior Process Engineer (Modelling)
Technology Delivery Group
Alcoa World Alumina
PO Box 161, Kwinana, WA, 6167

e-mail: d.white@alcoa.com.au
phone: +61-(0)8-9410 3402
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