I've seen Steve's post regarding the /S option for the vim Windows installer.  However, I still get a popup message asking if I want to install over the previous version.  I have previously installed/uninstalled using the gvim70.exe package on this machine.
Are there any other command line options to force a completely silent install/uninstall?
I also see that the installer names the package "Vim 7.0 (self-installing)" in Add/Remove programs.  This makes it very difficult to handle upgrades properly, as I don't see any indication of the patch/revision level in the installed files.  Adding the patch level into the title would be very useful for those of us automating installs.
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