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Re: [TSVN] Re: Re: Re: Nightly build readme.txt

From: Erv Walter <erv_at_ewal.net>
Date: 2004-10-24 18:38:43 CEST

SteveKing wrote:

> Simon Large wrote:
>> Last time I tried a nightly it went straight into installation without
>> offering an uninstall option. Does that mean that I need to use control
>> panel->add/remove programs to uninstall it? If so, that makes it less
>> obvious than it was before.
> Check the version of the TortoiseSVN.dll in your installation
> directory. If it's the newer version you installed, then you're good
> to go. If not, then you have to uninstall first via the control panel.
> I don't have the book here at home about the msi (it's in the office),
> but I'll check next week if an uninstall is really necessary in that
> case. (As you know: the version number doesn't change, at least not
> the part that msi recognizes).
> Stefan
Also check the Add/Remove setting dialog. If you just install, I think
you will find that there are multiple entries for TSVN in the Add/Remove
list now. I think you'll get a new one for every nightly that you
install without uninstalling first. This is because the ProductId now
changes on every nightly so MSI thinks it is an entirely new product,
however since the version number does not increase (at least the first 3
parts don't, the install process does not automatically remove the
previous install).

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