New Problem with Include in 2.0.5.6 - even after clean install (updated DLL's)

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Post by -V3n0m- » Sun Jun 05, 2005 2:20 pm

hello,
thet installer problem with 2.0.5.6 which was not updatading few dll's worked after uninstalling and installing 2.0.5.6 again !!

but the new problem i noticed is thet when u compile the bat with few included files then 1st compiled .exe decompresses the included files perfectly but when you re-biuld the bat file the 2nd .exe decompresses files to 0 byte !! you have to close the QBC ,start QBC then reopen the same project add files again and then compile to get it work ! means u have to restart the QBC to biuld your project everytime !! else icluded files will be decompresses to 0 byte in 2nd biuld !!

and yes oleg can u pls add these features in coming release

1.to remember the included files as per project its really anoying to add files over and over again when u reload the same project!

2.option to decompress the included files to certain path not just to the root folder where .exe is being executed !!

and yes nice work oleg its really usefull app !! i have many other ideas which can really boost your project !! :;):



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Post by Oleg Tsheglov » Tue Jun 07, 2005 10:36 am

Thank you for your suggestions and for detailed description of problem with rebuilding. We fix this ASAP.

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Post by -V3n0m- » Tue Jun 07, 2005 3:22 pm

is this possible to add these custom variables

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%AppDir%
Your application's main directory, where all of your files and folders will be installed. For example, by default programs main directory is C:\Program Files\program

%AppDrv%
The drive letter of %AppDir%. You should not set this variable explicitly. It is reset every time that %AppDir% is re-assigned. For example, if %AppDir% is C:\Program Files\My Program, %AppDrv% will be C:.

%CommonFiles%
The user's Common Files directory. Typically, this is something like:C:\Program Files\Common Files

%CurrentDay%
A number representing the current day of the month, calculated when the setup begins.

%CurrentHour%
A number representing the current hour in 24-hour time (e.g. 4:00 PM is 16), calculated when the setup begins.

%CurrentMinute%
The current minute, calculated when the setup begins. This number is always expressed with two digits, so 4 minutes into the hour will be "04".

%CurrentMonth%
A number representing the current month, calculated when the setup begins. January is represented by "1" and December is represented by "12".

%CurrentSecond%
The current second, calculated when the setup begins. This number is always expressed with two digits, so 4 seconds into the minute will be "04".

%CurrentYear%
The four-digit number representing the current year, calculated when the setup begins.

%Date%
The current date on the user's system when the setup executable is run. It is in the format MM/DD/YY. So, if the user ran the installer on May 23, 2002, %Date% would be "05/23/02".

Detection of OS:

%IsWin95%
%IsWin98%
%IsWinME%
%IsWinNT3%
%IsWinNT4%
%IsWin2000%
%IsWinXP%
%IsWin2003Server%

%LANIP%
The user's IP address on the local network. If the user's system is not connected to a LAN, this variable will default to "UNKNOWN".

%SrcDir%
The full path to the folder that the setup executable was run from (e.g. "C:\Downloads").

%SrcDrv%
The drive that the setup executable was run from (e.g. "C:").

%SrcFile%
The full path, including the filename, for the current setup executable.

For example, if the user was running "setup.exe" from "C:\Downloads", %SrcFile% would be expanded to "C:\Downloads\Setup.exe".
am not goood at .bat programming stuff if these can be called from bat like %windir% then its goood but if not isn't these gona help out alot ! :D :D
n yes when will be a new release is plannend ??



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Post by Oleg Tsheglov » Tue Jun 07, 2005 6:18 pm

New release planned at end of this month.
Some of this variables available in Windows 2000/XP.
For example http://kennethhunt.com/archives/000933.html
We can add some variables, but this increase size of compiled EXE file.



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