|Subject:||Re: [Bug-gnubg] New win builds on gnubg.org (20090915 code)|
|Date:||Wed, 16 Sep 2009 08:03:56 +0000|
It's a pity you can't just install the correct version automatically. Is this a|
limitation with inno setup?
On a side note; I like the idea of having an initial page in the install that
you select either "standard install" or "custom install", and if you pick the
first it just installs with all the default options (i.e. no more input required).
Massimiliano Maini wrote:
> I've added the choice between SSE2 (default) and non-SSE executables.
> If SSE2 is selected, a test is run and if SSE2 is not supported, a
> pop-up tells the user to re-run the install selecting non-SSE exes.
> Michael D. (or anybody else with non-SSE2 CPU) can you test it ?
> 1- run the installer on your recent PC, select SSE2 exes, and then
> check that the installed exes are SSE2 (run gnubg, Help/About gnubg
> menu, Build Info button, you should find "SSE/SSE2" supported amongst
> the features).
> 2- run the installer on your old PC, select SSE2 exes, and a pop up
> should appear warning you. Then re-run the installer and select
> non-SSE exes and then check that the installed exes are non-SSE2 (run
> gnubg, Help/About gnubg menu, Build Info button, you should *not* find
> "SSE/SSE2" supported amongst the features).
> Next time I'll add the check the other way round too: you select
> non-SSE exes on a SSE2 PC, you get a warning too.
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