Projects / innoextract


innoextract is a tool that allows you to extract the contents of Inno Setup installers on non-Windows systems. It does so without running the actual installer using Wine.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Mar 2013 08:14

    Release Notes: This release improves compatibility with Windows (MinGW and MSVC), Mac OS X, and FreeBSD systems and fixes issues with extracting very large installers with 32-bit builds. It also adds support for preserving timestamps of extracted files (enabled by default) as well as a --timestamps (-T) command line option for controlling the timestamps. There is also a new --output-dir (-d) option as well as various bugfixes and tweaks.

    •  03 Jul 2012 20:39

      Release Notes: This release adds support for installers created with Inno Setup 5.5.0 and warns about unsupported setup data versions. This version also compiles in C++11 mode (if supported) and respects the --quiet and --silent parameters when extracting multi-file installers.

      •  01 Apr 2012 00:20

        Release Notes: This release fixes a few errors which occurred when compiling under older Linux distributions.

        •  19 Mar 2012 00:12

          Release Notes: This release supports extracting files for a specific language and fixes a bug in the setup header parsing code.

          •  02 Mar 2012 01:27

            Release Notes: An initial release that provides basic extraction functionality.


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