Has anyone worked with the new VLC version 1.1.0 (for Windows) yet? It doesn't appear to be a NSIS installer anymore; at least, I can't find a *.nsi in the downloadable .zip archive.

Any ideas? Sande
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Hi Sande,
this is still an NSIS installer.
A short search for the string "NSIS" tells you that.
Regards, Nick
Answered 07/01/2010 by: nheim
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So, anybody know where the NSIS install file is?

Or does the Package KB advice about modifying vlc.win32.nsi no longer apply?

If it doesn't apply, does anyone have an equivalent customization technique for this new version? Sande
Answered 07/01/2010 by: snissen
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From a posting in the VideoLAN forum, I learned that vlc.win32.nsi was forgotten in version 1.1.0, but will be included in the future. When several people asked if the 1.1.0 file could be downloaded; this was the response:
Re: Deploying 1.1.0 can't find vlc.win32.nsi
by VLC_help » Fri Jul 09, 2010 4:15 pm

http://git.videolan.org/?p=vlc.git;a=bl ... cb48004ed8


Note that the file contains line numbers you'll have to edit out. I haven't tried compiling it yet, to know if it is correct or not. Sande
Answered 07/09/2010 by: snissen
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It doesn't compile correctly. It's missing the languages\ subdirectory, and then fails on several lines that start with @. I'm trying to get answers in the VideoLAN forum.
Answered 07/12/2010 by: snissen
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