Quote of Frank Seesink :
> I see a lot of open-source projects using NSIS to build their installers.
> When I was tinkering with doing some software development,
> I saw there were a few different open-source installer creators
> out there like NSIS and Inno Setup. I was curious as to why you chose NSIS,
> what good/bad things it has, whether you use the HM NIS EDIT program to help build NSIS scripts,
> if you are familiar with any other installer creators, etc.,
> and just your opinion on the whole installer creator scene.
It's hard for me to answer your question, since I have no another refrence
(I never use Inno Setup). The reason I chose NSIS is just
someone suggested me to do an installer by sending me a nsis script,
I played with it, et voila!
The multilanguage support of NSIS is well done, as well the optional component section.
But I'm not attracted to its script language.
Before I use Venis to edit the script, but now since Notepad++ support also NSIS...