I'm puzzled (Again!). I have a single .ism file that contains two releases, not wrapped in a setup.exe, but compressed into .msi's.
The release flags for each are as follows...
Common - components common to both releases
Standard - only contains a registration .ini file
Pro - only contains a registration.ini file
x86 - components to only be placed on 32 Bit systems
x64 - components to only be placed on 64 Bit systems.
The only difference between the two releases is the Standard and Pro flags.
When I build the .msi's, the Standard package is 105 MB. When I build the Pro package, it results in a 95 MB package. How can I tell what is causing the difference. A single entry .ini file, which really is the only difference, shouldn't cause that much difference. ??
I tried .msi differencing, but couldn't really find anything either. I'm using IS 2012.
Any info would be Greatly Appreciated, as always!!
Edited by Superfreak3, 21 March 2012 - 14:39.