[spambayes-dev] Re: Problem with 1.0a9 Windows installer?
theller at python.net
Fri Feb 27 11:50:14 EST 2004
"Kenny Pitt" <kennypitt at hotmail.com> writes:
> Mark Hammond wrote:
>>> The hackery is a result of an apparent problem with the Inno
>>> installer during uninstall. When Inno tried to unregister the COM
>>> DLL using the usual LoadLibrary/DllUnregisterServer method, it
>>> apparently didn't release the DLL properly and then failed to delete
>>> some of the files.
>> To be fair to Inno, it is more Python's fault. The problem is more
>> that doing a LoadLibrary(), executing Python code, then doing a
>> FreeLibrary() doesn't release every DLL.
> Yeah, I discovered that later when I tried this out using a simple NSIS
> install script (for those who don't know, it's another open-source
> alternative to Inno) and got the same result.
So, neither innosetup nor nsis can remove in-use files (after a reboot)?
Isn't that a problem?
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