[Chimera-users] MSI Installer

Conrad Huang conrad at cgl.ucsf.edu
Wed Mar 20 13:49:51 PDT 2013


Just as a follow-uy:

I don't think we will be generating MSI files any time soon.  However, I 
tried out MSI Wrapper from exemsi.com that seems to work reasonably 
well.  The documentation even specifically mentioned wrapping Inno Setup 
installers.  The program is free and it takes only a few seconds to 
create the MSI file.  Perhaps you can give that a try.  (It ends up 
running the wrapped installer, so if you provide the Inno Setup command 
line arguments while building the MSI file, you should be able to run 
the entire Chimera installation in quiet mode.)

Conrad

On 3/19/2013 9:44 AM, Conrad Huang wrote:
> No, we've stuck with Inno Setup installers because it was the most
> versatile installer package with a convenient command line interface
> that we could use as part of our nightly build.  Is there a reason the
> current installer is insufficient?
>
> Conrad
>
> On 3/19/2013 3:56 AM, Yanni wrote:
>> Hello
>>
>> Do you have a chimera MSI installer available to download?
>>
>> Many thanks
>> Yanni
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