INNOSETUP INFOAFTERFILE PDF
The [Run] section is optional, and specifies any number of programs to execute after the program has been successfully installed, but before the Setup program. The latter can happen if CloseApplications is set to yes or force. Installing Shown during the actual installation process. Information Shown if InfoAfterFile is set. Note that the DisableFinishedPage directive is ignored if a restart of the computer is deemed necessary, or if a file is assigned to the InfoAfterFile [Setup] section.
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This parameter should only be used on files private to your application. If this parameter is not specified or is blank, the default verb for the file type will be used typically “open”.
Please note, that you will have to specify the InfoAfterFile directive, otherwise the page won’t be even shown. Note that if this flag is combined with the sharedfile flag, the file will never be deleted at uninstall time but the reference count will still be properly decremented. Never change the ACLs on shared system files, otherwise you can open up security holes on your users’ systems. Any message box displayed by [Code] support function MsgBox.
Unicode Inno Setup
If Yes is chosen, Setup will open the file, using the default program for the file type. This can be a innosetyp to specify a group of files in a single entry.
If the same application is installed more than once, “run” entries will be duplicated in the uninstall log file. By default, when the shellexec flag is used it will not wait until the spawned process terminates.
The Unicode compiler is more strict about correct ‘;’ usage: This flag instructs the compiler — or Setup, if the external flag is also used — to silently skip over the entry if the source file does not exist, instead of infoafterrile an error message.
An exception will be raised if an attempt is made to use this flag on a system with no. If this flag is specified and the system is running Windows Vista or later, the spawned process will execute with the normally non-elevated credentials of the user that started Setup initially i.
Specifies that the file is shared among multiple applications, and should only be removed at uninstall time if no other applications are using it. If this parameter is not specified or is blank, a default message of “Finishing installation This potentially decreases the size of Setup if solid compression is also used.
The following options are supported:. This parameter must be combined with the external flag and specifies the size of the external file in bytes. If the [Setup] section directive Password was not set, this command line parameter is ignored.
Instructs Setup to be silent or very silent. For example, if two or more “run” entries in the uninstall log have a RunOnceId setting of “DelService”, only the latest entry with a RunOnceId setting of “DelService” will be executed; the rest will be ignored. Sign up using Facebook. Use this flag on files you wish to modify while already compiled into Setup.
If the count reaches zero, the file is deleted with the user’s confirmation, unless the uninsnosharedfileprompt flag is also specified. Of course, this will have no effect if the DisableStartupPrompt [Setup] section directive was set to yes. The following example shows how to load a file specified by the command line parameter -iaf only if that parameter is present and the file exists:. This parameter innnosetup a new name for the file when it is installed on the user’s system.
This happens regardless of whether the installer actually replaces the file on disk.
Previously this flag was called showcheckbox. By default, Setup uses the name from the Source parameter, so in infoacterfile cases it’s not necessary to specify this parameter. Will almost always begin with one of the directory constants. As with the regserver flag, when used in combination with sharedfilethe file will only be unregistered by the uninstaller when the reference count reaches zero.
Installing Shown during the actual installation process. This is the default behavior in a bit mode install. When solid compression is enabled, this flag instructs the compiler to finalize the current compression stream and begin a new one before compressing the file s matched by Source.
However, you can load a file manually into the InfoAfterMemo control. The description of the entry, which can include constants. In the event these conditions are not met, no error message will be displayed, and the permissions will not be set.
If a component name is prefixed with a “! If no custom type is defined, this parameter is ignored.