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Creating a Localized Windows Installer & Bootstrapper: Part 2

, 25 Feb 2013 CPOL
This series of articles is a complete end-to-end solution for building a localizable Windows Installer & Bootstrapper using some real-world requirements.
WixWindowsInstallerDemo-noexe.zip
installer
binary
Banner.bmp
Dialog.bmp
EULA_en-gb.rtf
EULA_it-it.rtf
bootstrapper
banner.bmp
Component.wxs
Config.wxi
en-GB.wxl
Installer.suo
it-IT.wxl
Main.wxs
targetfiles
MyApp.suo
tools
MsiIntel.SDK
build
MyApp.Installer.build
WixWindowsInstallerDemo.zip
Banner.bmp
Dialog.bmp
EULA_en-gb.rtf
EULA_it-it.rtf
banner.bmp
dotNetFx40_Client_setup.exe
Component.wxs
Config.wxi
en-GB.wxl
Installer.suo
it-IT.wxl
Main.wxs
MyApp.suo
MyApp
bin
Release
MyApp.exe
MyAppLibrary.dll
MyApp.Installer.build
Prerequisites.exe

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