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C Program Files Opened

Dec 18, 2016 This problem NSIS C program files opened. I've encountered with it - usually it's going to 32-bit executive module (Stubb) and the startup correctly detective $PROGRAMFILES variable as performed in WOW64 environment. For NSIS 2. 4+ available other pair of variables $PROGRAMFILES64 and $COMMONFILES64 can be . onInit() $INSTDIR improve their view of the time so executed . onInit() variable $INSTDIR already initialized stub. So far the only solution I can offer - itself due to lack of better ideas for its 64-bit assembly Far Manager v3. 0 already probably a year pull installer writing and keep the project at the stage of " 32-bit installer and updated - there 64-bit - no assembly comes only in the archive" and use the Inno Setup do not want to - it has only itself stub under 1 MB, and from NSIS stub 30 - 50 Kb, and do the plug-ins rarely exceeds 20 - 30 KB in the amount of, well, plus most importantly for me - the code flexibility. Dec 23, 2016 However, vlakoff, if the uninstaller is changed to look in both locations, the 64-bit installer should give the option to only uninstall the old 64-bit version or both it and the 32-bit one (since, as you mentioned there, it's reasonable to have both versions installed for testing, etc. ). See my comments in Issue #6080 regarding how currently a 64-bit install wipes out Windows' installation information for the 32-bit version even though it fails to actually uninstall it, and how apps like Firefox instead have separate 32-bit and 64-bit entries in the "Programs and Features" Control Panel. That's fine, VictorVG, but qBittorrent is not currently really treating them like they're different subsystems (thus this Issue and #6080). I think giving the user the option of uninstalling both, as I suggested, would be a reasonable compromise, and it should default to only uninstalling the matching version for the installer (32-bit or 64-bit). The risk of data loss would be very low, since the uninstaller wisely defaults to leaving user settings and data intact when uninstalling the program. At the very least, the 64-bit installer should warn the user about the presence of an out-of-date 32-bit version (in case they're in the more likely scenario of trying to transition from an old 32-bit version to a new 64-bit one, rather than the less likely one of wanting both and old 32-bit one and a current 64-bit one installed simultaneously), or some people are bound to accidentally be leaving an out-of-date version on their system, and possibly running it by accident. P. S. I mean this with absolutely no disrespect -- I am extremely grateful for your efforts in supporting this wonderful software and making the effort to communicate in a non-native language in doing so -- but sometimes your github comments, like some of the ones on this issue, are extremely difficult or impossible to understand. Out of curiosity, are you using automatic translation software from Russian? If so, you might want to try using a different one. On the other hand, if that's your own English, you might try including an automatic translation of your original Russian either instead of or side-by-side with your own English -- that might improve comprehensibility for people. Again, please do not be offended by my query/suggestion, and there's a good chance it won't be helpful, but I've worked with developers from all over the world on other open source projects before and have never had cases where in the end I found it impossible to decipher what they meant, so I'm just trying to encourage anything that can help the qBittorrent users and developers communicate more easily. Еще раз спасибо за вашу работу! (Hope Google Translate didn't mangle that too much -- at least "spasibo" and "rabotu" are correct, I think, from my almost nonexistent knowledge of Russian. 🙂) Thanks for the Russian, VictorVG. Google Translate seems to have done a pretty good job on it (although I'm guessing that "mangled wood" is a colloquialism that doesn't literally translate very well): Personally, I understand that if someone has a need to keep the old version, he will do so, but I think it makes no sense for us as a people to a third party in relation to a specific person prinamat decision for him. One thing we say "Find the previous version . C program files opened. . there is something . . . . What to do to keep or delete?" and if the operator is told to remove - delete, mark the no do not touch and let him make a decision that he was to do next. And we will decide for him - can from his point of view and mangled wood, and it is already too much. I could understand the individual phrases much better now, but I still didn't understand the overall meaning of your comment (it may just be that you write confusingly in your own language 😉 -- again, no offense intended). Are you saying that you think the installer should not give the user the choice of what to do in this situation? If so, then how about if both the 32-bit and 64-bit installers, when running on a 64-bit platform, report to the user the versions and subsystems (32 or 64) of all existing versions that are installed, and give the user the choice of whether to either cancel installation and exit, or else proceed with uninstallation of only the version matching the subsystem the installer is running on, along with a warning to the user that the possibly-out-of-date version on the other subsystem isn't being touched? However this ends up being dealt with, the most important points to me are that the 64-bit version not be installed in "Program Files (x86)", and for the 64-bit version to not just overwrite the 32-bit version's entry in the "Programs and Features" Control Panel without actually uninstalling it, as both of those are just objectively wrong. OK, let's see what Google Translate does with this: Благодарность за русский язык, VictorVG. Google Переводчик, кажется, сделал очень хорошую работу на нем (хотя я предполагаю, что "искаженной лес" является разговорное, который не буквально переводить очень хорошо): Лично я понимаю, что если кто-то есть необходимость сохранить старую версию, он будет делать это, но я думаю, что это не имеет смысла для нас как народ к третьему лицу в отношении конкретного решения лицо prinamat для него. Одна вещь, мы говорим: "Найти предыдущую версию . . . есть что-то . . . . Что делать, чтобы сохранить или удалить?" и если оператор сказал, чтобы удалить - удалить, отметьте, что нет, не трогать и позволить ему принять решение, что он должен был делать дальше. И мы будем решать за него - может, с его точки зрения и искореженного дерева, а это уже слишком много. Я мог бы понять отдельные фразы гораздо лучше, но я до сих пор не понял общий смысл вашего комментария (это может быть просто, что вы пишете в своем смешения родном языке 😉 - опять же, не в обиду не предусматривается). Вы говорите, что вы думаете, что установщик не должен дать пользователю выбор, что делать в этой ситуации? Если да, то как насчет если оба 32-битных и 64-битных инсталляторов, при запуске на 64-битной платформе, сообщают пользователю версии и подсистемы (32 или 64) всех существующих версий, которые установлены, и дают пользователю выбор того либо отменить установку и выйти, либо продолжить удаление только версии, соответствующей подсистемы установки, на котором запущена наряду с предупреждением пользователю о том, что версия, возможно, устарелый на другая подсистема не трогают? Однако это заканчивается тем, что были рассмотрены наиболее важные моменты для меня в том, что 64-битная версия не может быть установлена ​​в "Program Files (x86)", так и для 64-битной версии, чтобы не просто перезаписать запись 32-разрядной версии в в "Программы и компоненты" панели управления без фактического удаления его, так как оба из них являются просто объективно неправильно.

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