On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 12:10 PM, Art Heimsoth <artstore@artheimsoth.com> wrote:
 
I have just tried to upgrade my install script with an updated version
of ooRexx, ooDialog and the Windows installer of ooSqlite.  When
ooRexx install runs the uninstall script, I elected to clear the entire
directory and then install ooRexx with all defaults.  Then when trying
to install ooSqlite using the Windows Installer, it complains that it
cannot copy ooSqlite.pdf.  If I then place any version of ooSqlite.pdf
in the ooRexx\Doc folder, the installer then complains about oosqlite.dll.
It appears that all of the ooSqlite modules must already be present in
the ooRexx directories in order for the windows installer to continue.

Hi Art,

This sounds like a problem with the ooSQlite installer, not how you are using it.
 
I will do a bit more testing on this, but should I not elect to remove
all files from the ooRexx directory when uninstalling ooRexx?  

No, I think that should be the way to do it.  But, the more I think about it here, probably the best thing to do, is to run the ooSQLite uninstaller *before* you uninstall ooRexx.

I'll have to take a look at the install scripts.  The best thing to do is to uninstall ooSQLite first using the ooSQLite uninstaller.  Then uninstall ooRexx.  Right off the top of my head though, I can't think of any reason why the installer would not work if you hadn't done that.

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Mark Miesfeld