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Re: [TSVN] Re: A "complete" Tortoise-based distribution?

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-26 12:07:45 CEST

Michael Reitz wrote:
> | > The down side is that the installer translations are not always up to
> | > date, so you might be restricted to English/German for the distribution
> | > package.
> |
> The official translations (Catalan, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Norwegian,
> Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovenian) *are* always up to date.

They might be right now. But usually the translations are not as
up-to-date as I might wish.

> | First: Inno Setup is "old" and isn't as good as e.g. NSIS. If ever, I
> | would use NSIS over InnoSetup.
> |
> Why is Inno Setup "old"? Because it has a long development history?
> You can say that you personally prefer NSIS over Inno Setup, but I think it
> is problematic to make a further going judgement.

You're right, sorry. It's of course only my personal opinion, it's just
me that would prefer NSIS over InnoSetup.


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