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Remplace Nsis output consol by DOS Consol

Posted on 2013-01-02
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Hi Experts,

Happy New year for all, lotof healt, happiness, love and Money ;)

Please, i need to remplace the NSIS consol output, by Dos Command, you will ask me why?

Because, my NSIS program call a batch file, this batch file call others batch files. And for each they are out put text that i want to show.

So otherwise, i want to show the output Dos Command into Nsis output Consol.


Best regards
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Use nsexec Plug-In (see attached file nsexec.txt)...

Try my demo script:
- create a folder c:\test
- unzip NSISTest.zip to c:\test
- rename example1.frx to example1.exe
- rename example1.txt to example1.nsi
- run example1.exe

You will see the batch outputs on installation page (Page instfiles)...
Screenshot installation page with batch outputs...nsExec.txt
NSISTest.zip
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by:Joesephlebon
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Thanks Expert,

That exactly what i need ;)

Wish you happy new year
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Thank you for the points!!!

Wish you a happy new year, too...
:o))))))))))))))
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