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Inno Setup

 
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Hi,

First of all, I'm not sure which forum should this go, but here I am trying it here.

I've encountered this Inno Setup as I need to deploy my self-contained java application as .exe. I've got it running as .exe as executable but not really being installed on the users' PC. And I'm  trying to make it as something that you install to your pc like other applications. Was amazed and was able to do this with the help of Inno Setup.

Now, I'm seeking some opinions or insights or advice about Inno Setup for those who have used it or maybe some other better alternatives?

(Here's my original post in case you're interested with the whole story: Running A Stand-alone Application )

Thank you.

-Marci

 
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