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#78 Error starting from install script

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2008-02-28
2008-02-28
Ben Whitman
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I am creating my own songs for FoF, and I think it would be nice to package my songs as an installer, so it could be really easy to distribute, as well as use the installer license page as a means of pointing people to my band's website (I'm using our own songs, just because I thought it would be really amazing), as well as for giving to noobs who wouldn't know what to do with the songs if I distributed them as .zip files. However, as the last step of the installation process, when it comes to the "Installation Finished" page, it is customary to have a "launch program now" checkbox, so I thought why not launch FoF when the songs are done installing? Well, when I do that, it launches FoF, then immediately crashes, giving me the following error message:

cx_Freeze: Python error in main script

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "c:\users\proj\cx_Freeze-3.0.3\initscripts\console.py", line 27, in ?
File "src/FretsOnFire.py", line 68, in ?
File "src\GameEngine.py", line 180, in __init__
File "src\Mod.py", line 32, in init
File "src\Mod.py", line 41, in getAvailableMods
WindowsError: (3, 'The system cannot find the path specified', 'data\\mods/*.*')

I am using NSIS 2.33, and I am attaching my installer script so maybe someone can figure out what is going haywire. If I don't try to launch FoF from the installer, everything works perfectly, and if I launch FoF by double-clicking my desktop icon immediately after the installation, it works fine, and the song has installed and everything. Any help would be much appreciated. I'm kinda new to NSIS, so I may be making a mistake somewhere, but the whole rest of the script works great if I take that part out, or even if I compile that script and just uncheck the box to launch FoF on the last page. Again, any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Ben Whitman
    Ben Whitman
    2008-02-28

    NSIS script

     
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