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Big collection of MSI files

Discussion in 'Support' started by vefatica, Mar 18, 2011.

  1. vefatica

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    HTML:
    E:\Users\vefatica\Application Data\JP Software\Take Command 12.10\install
    2011-03-17  23:08             6dfee52
    2011-03-11  12:14             90bf351
    2011-02-26  16:14             2784bae
    2011-02-10  13:35             460856e
    2011-01-24  11:16             1876782
    2011-02-06  22:23             c67567d
    2011-02-01  10:36             fdfb024
    
    My 12.01 install has only one such directory.
    <dir><dir><dir><dir><dir><dir><dir>

    </dir></dir></dir></dir></dir></dir></dir></dir></dir></dir></dir></dir></dir></dir>
     
  2. Steve Fabian

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    From: vefatica

    HTML Code:
    E:\Users\vefatica\Application Data\JP Software\Take Command 12.10\install
    2011-03-17 23:08 6dfee52
    2011-03-11 12:14 90bf351
    2011-02-26 16:14 2784bae
    2011-02-10 13:35 460856e
    2011-01-24 11:16 1876782
    2011-02-06 22:23 c67567d
    2011-02-01 10:36 fdfb024

    My 12.01 install has only one such directory.
    --- end of quotation ---

    I have no idea what you mean! There is no indication what you are reporting,
    and "install" is an active VERB, hence it cannot "have" anything. What is
    meant by "HTML code"? There appears to be a path for installing v. 12.10,
    but you reference v. 12.01 in your comment. The subject refers to MSI files
    of the installer. Is it your observation that using the installer to update
    v.12 to a newer build leaves the previous builds' MSI files behind? If so,
    it is disk pollution.
     
  3. samintz

    samintz Scott Mintz

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    We go through this on every beta. Once
    the beta becomes release code, there will only be one copy. I personally
    don't understand how it differs though.

    -Scott

    Steve Fabian <> wrote on
    03/18/2011 04:09:41 PM:


    reporting,

    anything. What is

    v. 12.10,

    MSI files

    to update

    If so,

     
  4. vefatica

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    Those are directories and each of them contains an MSI file. This issue arose
    earlier, with v12.01, and was apparently fixed. My pasting of a DIR listing
    really screwed up the forum's composition window (at times I couldn't even type
    in it). It apparently also wiped out some of my explanatory comments.

    On Fri, 18 Mar 2011 16:09:42 -0400, Steve Fabian <> wrote:

    |From: vefatica
    |
    |HTML Code:
    |E:\Users\vefatica\Application Data\JP Software\Take Command 12.10\install
    |2011-03-17 23:08 6dfee52
    |2011-03-11 12:14 90bf351
    |2011-02-26 16:14 2784bae
    |2011-02-10 13:35 460856e
    |2011-01-24 11:16 1876782
    |2011-02-06 22:23 c67567d
    |2011-02-01 10:36 fdfb024
    |
    |My 12.01 install has only one such directory.
    |--- end of quotation ---
    |
    |I have no idea what you mean! There is no indication what you are reporting,
    |and "install" is an active VERB, hence it cannot "have" anything. What is
    |meant by "HTML code"? There appears to be a path for installing v. 12.10,
    |but you reference v. 12.01 in your comment. The subject refers to MSI files
    |of the installer. Is it your observation that using the installer to update
    |v.12 to a newer build leaves the previous builds' MSI files behind? If so,
    |it is disk pollution.
     

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