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Old 15th March 2002, 18:20   #14
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Yeah, saving a mouse click. But when you have twenty different versions to build, that's 20 mouse clicks, plus the time to make them all and such.

Using different builds of NSIS is good because I have custom versions of it. For example, right now, I have the standard build, the bz2 build, and two other builds that I use for various software distributions that don't have some of the features compiled into them that I never use, so that it makes my software distribution smaller. Being able to set which one I use (so I don't have to always use the default or bz2, which are both bigger than I need to use.

Does that make sense?

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