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Re: [TSVN] Installer defaults to "program files"

From: Peter Mounce <pete_at_molehole.org>
Date: 2005-08-15 20:57:36 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Ok, I managed to fix this in revision 4163 by adding a CustomAction
> entry which sets the INSTALLDIR property to
> [ProgramFilesFolder]\[ProductName] if it isn't already set.

Please see my reply in the commit list.

> But what still puzzles me is this structure in StructureFragment.wxs:
> <Directory Id="TARGETDIR" Name="SourceDir">
> <Directory Id="D__ProgramFilesFolder" Name="PFiles" LongName="Program
> Files">
> <Directory Id="INSTALLDIR" Name="TSVN" LongName="TortoiseSVN">
> Why the first two folders? IMHO they can be removed completely? At
> least, I couldn't see any change in the installer when I removed those
> and built the installer again.

I don't have the opportunity to look, right now, but I think the two are
there to declare the full directory structure starting from a drive.
Without the CA you added, they're necessary, definitely, else the
installer doesn't know where to start from. _With_ the CA you added, I
agree, they look unnecessary. I don't know; I'll look at it.

> Another thing:
> install TSVN, don't reboot.
> doublclick on the msi again, choose 'remove'
> Uninstalling works, but the setup throws an error message.

Please file an issue; bit busy at the moment. Will probably be busy
tomorrow, too, and I have a job interview on Wednesday.


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