Old 22nd April 2022, 14:17   #1
marcvs
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Docker and commandline

Hi There,

I want to use NSIS to build our software from within a docker container.

For this I'm creating a docker container with msys2 inside.

I'm more of a linux guy, so forgive me asking obvious questions(), but: I fail to run the setup.exe of NSIS-3.08. I tried finding out about the parameters to call it from cmdline, but nothing worked.

Is there a recommended way to install on the cmdline?

Would something go terribly wrong if I just unzip an NSIS installation (created on a windows host with GUI)?


Best, and forgive my win-ignorance.

Best,
Marcus
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Old 22nd April 2022, 16:35   #2
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Yes, you can just copy an existing Windows install.

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Old 22nd April 2022, 19:53   #3
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