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Hi,

Hope every body is familier with Google Chrome offline Installer. One have to just double click it, and after some time it will be installed without pop up. I want to create a installer same like it. But have no clue what technology used here (C++?)

Any body have any Idea how they implemented this. No code but just any clue

Thanks
Posted 16-Feb-13 20:02pm
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Edited 16-Feb-13 20:04pm
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bubaidada at 17-Feb-13 1:09am
   
SFX cann't be used. Google Chrome installer is not SFX package
max_nowak at 18-Feb-13 4:21am
   
Thumbs up for NSIS. I just recently was in need to create an installer and nsis perfectly served my needs (an installer for my build artifacts).

The google project for their installer is called google omaha by the way. I had a short peek in it and it seems there has to be a lot of customization done and generally the documentation is not pretty verbose. Here's the link if you're interested: http://code.google.com/p/omaha/
bubaidada at 18-Feb-13 4:23am
   
Thanks a lot ...It is actual ans I think :)
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bubaidada at 3-Apr-13 8:34am
   
Ignoring your comment...as usual :)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 3-Apr-13 12:56pm
   
No, apparently you did not ignore it. Do you want me to report your for abuse? Or you are going to fix it by yourself?
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http://code.google.com/p/omaha/[^]

Google uses this one...
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