Sunday, April 26, 2009

innounp Inno Setup Unpacker 0.24 Build 090426 | Inno Setup 5.2.5 Dev | Inno Setup 5.3.0 Beta

Latest Changes:

innounp, Inno Setup Unpacker 0.24 Plus (Build: 090426)
This version get updated as soon a new source code of innosetup is released, otherwise the procedure is no longer updated.

Special thanks to:
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Note: multilanguage function switch automatic to the language of the current operating system. If the language file does not exist the built-in default English language will be used

Build :09-04-26
updated to unpack Inno Setup 5.2.5 beta and 5.3.0 beta version and the final version 5.2.3 official will be Ansi, Unicode two versions of the official release of the current version of a great change, the tools in dealing with Unicode on, there may be issues.
Therefore, this tool also updates innounp
innounp.exe Ansi 2.0.8 innounp.exe Ansi version supports all versions after 2.0.8
Innounpu.exe Unicode Innounpu.exe Unicode version 5.2.3 supports

Build: 08-12-06
Amendment to increase the Russian language amendment containing the language repeat the order to load

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Latest Inno Setup 5.2.4


Whats new:

* .NET support changes (these cause an internal error if used on a system with no .NET Framework present):
o Added new [Files] section flag: gacinstall.
o Added new [Files] section parameter: StrongAssemblyName.
o Added new constants: {regasmexe}, {regasmexe32}, {regasmexe64}.
* Pascal Scripting: Added new MinimizePathName support function.

5.2.4-dev (2009-03-16)

* Added new [Registry] section ValueType: qword.
* Added new [Setup] section directive: SignTool, which makes it possible to further automate digital signing of Setup and Uninstall. See the help file for more information.
* The value of the AppVersion directive is now also used to set the MajorVersion and MinorVersion values in the Uninstall registry key when possible.
* IDE changes:
o Added new Tools | Configure Sign Tools... command.
* Command line compiler changes:
o Added new "/S" parameter to specify a Sign Tool.
* Added new [Files] section flag: sortfilesbyname.

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Inno Setup 5.3.0-beta Changelog:

* Added .NET support (these cause an internal error if used on a system with no .NET Framework present):
o Added new [Files] section flag: gacinstall.
o Added new [Files] section parameter: StrongAssemblyName.
o Added new constants: {regasmexe}, {regasmexe32}, {regasmexe64}.
* MinVersion parameter/directive change: if you leave one of the versions empty then it will use the default MinVersion for that platform.
* Pascal Scripting: Added new MinimizePathName support function.
* Added Unicode support: there's now a second version of Inno Setup available called Unicode Inno Setup. Key features of this version are its ability to display any language on any system regardless of the system code page, and its ability to work with Unicode filenames. Notes:
o Unicode Inno Setup uses the existing ANSI .isl language files and you should not convert these to Unicode or anything similar since it does so automatically during compilation using the LanguageCodePage setting listed inside the .isl.
o The [Setup] directive ShowUndisplayableLanguages is ignored by Unicode Inno Setup.
o Unicode Inno Setup is compiled with Delphi 2009 instead of Delphi 2 and 3, leading to slightly larger files. The source code however is still compatible with Delphi 2 and 3, and a non Unicode version will remain available.
o Unicode Inno Setup and installers created by it require Windows 2000/XP or newer. The non Unicode version still works on NT/9x.
o Unicode Pascal Scripting notes:
+ The Unicode compiler sees type 'String' as a Unicode string, and 'Char' as a Unicode character. Its 'AnsiString' type hasn't changed and still is an ANSI string. Its 'PChar' type has been renamed to 'PAnsiChar'.
+ The Unicode compiler is more strict about correct ';' usage: it no longer accepts certain missing ';' characters.
+ The new RemObjects PascalScript version used by the Unicode compiler supports Unicode, but not for its input source. This means it does use Unicode string types as said, but any literal Unicode characters in the script will be converted to ANSI. This doesn't mean you can't display Unicode strings: you can for example instead use encoded Unicode characters to build Unicode strings (like S := #$0100 + #$0101 + 'Aa';), or load the string from a file using LoadStringsFromFile.
+ Some support functions had their prototype changed: some parameters of CreateOutputMsgMemoPage, RegQueryBinaryValue, RegWriteBinaryValue, OemToCharBuff, CharToOemBuff, LoadStringFromfile, SaveStringToFile, and GetMD5OfString are of type AnsiString now instead of String.
+ Added new SaveStringsToUTF8File, and GetMD5OfUnicodeString support functions.
+ If you want to compile an existing script that imports ANSI Windows API calls with the Unicode compiler, either upgrade to the 'W' Unicode API call or change the parameters from 'String' or 'PChar' to 'AnsiString'. The 'AnsiString' approach will make your [Code] compatible with both the Unicode and the non Unicode version.
o Unicode Inno Setup supports UTF-8 encoded .iss files (but not UTF-16).
o Unicode Inno Setup supports UTF-8 and UTF-16LE encoded .txt files for LicenseFile, InfoBeforeFile, and InfoAfterFile.
* Thanks to Carlo Kok and Evgeny Karpov of RemObjects Software for their help related to Unicode support.
* QuickStart Pack: added ISPP functions Trim, and GetMD5OfUnicodeString.
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