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Old 26th October 2012, 10:14   #2
MSG
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1) Correct. Your installers and installer scripts are not a part of the license, you can keep them secret.
2) As you've already read on the licenses page, the zlip/libpng license, the bzip2 license, AND the CPL1.0 license demand the addition of the license to the source of the software they license. They do not claim that you need to add the license to anything you make USING the software. Therefore, you do not need to add the license info to an nsis installer itself.

You're free to give credit to the NSIS or the LZMA algorithm in your product, but there's no obligation whatsoever. In laymans terms: You can do whatever you want with an NSIS installer or nsi script. It's your property, you decide.
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