CreateInstall offers an excellent scalable all round deployment solution for software development authors even if you are just looking for a simple, once off, box standard "setup.exe" installation. The resulting "setup.exe" installation file, is very simple to generate, and the combined compressed resulting file carry's a tiny overhead which is also very portable across the windows range of platforms.
CreateInstall has an array of simple customizable wizards, which make's single and multi-projects simple to construct, enhance, manage and when required batch process.
You can start with the basic product using the wizards and advanced your installations based on an English style functionality driven scripting language which shares some similarities in syntax with C or php. You can use the internal CreateInstall script editor or use your favouring external editor, to add your own reusable #include functionality code. Full Functional inheritances (Global, Local, Static variable types), are available including macro expansion and external call outs are all included as standard.
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Version: 2003.3.0 Released: Sep, 1 2003 License: Shareware, $149.00 Expires: Expires after 30 Days
File size: 612 K Platforms: Windows XP/ME/NT/2000/98/95 Downloads: 225
CreateInstall is a versatile and powerful installer for both expert and novice developers. With CreateInstall, you can create fully featured installation programs for your applications, yielding tightly packed self-extracting archives and more.