One could perhaps argue that we already have a pretty good language to build
an installer in.

Ralph

> > > So, I guess we'll be looking to change the bundled version to use
> > > an MSVC build. At the same, it's possible we may be moving away
> > > from InstallShield to use an OpenSource alternative.
> >
> > try it http://www.jrsoftware.org/isinfo.htm
> > - Full source code is available
> > - Support for all 32-bit Windows versions in use today
> > - Supports creation of a single EXE
> > - Customizable setup types .....
>
> Thanks for the info. It looks like we're going with NSIS from NullSoft
> (the WinAmp folks) http://www.nullsoft.com/free/nsis/. Compared to
> InstallShield it's incredibly lean and fast, and it seems to give us
> more control. (Thanks Rich for the pointer)