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ID: 26870, Hitsoft NSIS Coder Framework v.1.0

by Hitsoft Team Email: Anonymous

This development framework allows you to create NSIS installations from your Delphi application.
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For Delphi, Version 1.0  to 1.0 86 downloads
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Updated on Thu, 16 Apr 2009 02:08:27 GMT
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Hitsoft NSIS Coder Framework is a development framework that allow you to work with NSIS installation scripts from your Delphi application. It could be useful if you need to create some parametrized Installation from your application. Like custom installations for different customers. Or if you prefer Delphi IDE to any other editor including special editors for NSIS scripts for your internal deployment procedures and so on.

Key Features:
# All power of Delphi language for variables, file operations and other preparations before building Installation application;
# NSIS script is written using Ctrl-Space in Delphi;
# Syntax control;
# Possibility of using procedures and functions in your installation script for similar procedures;
# Delphi compiler control of NSIS script;
# No royalties
# Native Delphi framework, full source code available

# JCL (
# NSIS (

Versions and Licenses

# Dual licensing model (
# Free OpenSource GPL v.3 License for OpenSource developers. (
# Commercial Licenses with Support for proprietary software. (

All commercial licenses are royalty free. It means you may develop any number of applications for any number of users using this product without additional fees.

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