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# NSIS file to create a self-installing exe for Vim.
# It requires NSIS version 2.0 or later.
# Last change: 2004 May 02
# WARNING: if you make changes to this script, look out for $0 to be valid,
# because uninstall deletes most files in $0.
# Location of gvim_ole.exe, vimd32.exe, GvimExt/*, etc.
!define VIMSRC "..\src"
# Location of runtime files
!define VIMRT ".."
# Location of extra tools: diff.exe
!define VIMTOOLS ..\..
# Comment the next line if you don't have UPX.
# Get it at http://upx.sourceforge.net
!define HAVE_UPX
# comment the next line if you do not want to add Native Language Support
!define HAVE_NLS
!define VER_MAJOR 7
!define VER_MINOR 1
# ----------- No configurable settings below this line -----------
!include UpgradeDLL.nsh # for VisVim.dll
Name "Vim ${VER_MAJOR}.${VER_MINOR}"
OutFile gvim${VER_MAJOR}${VER_MINOR}.exe
CRCCheck force
SetCompressor lzma
SetDatablockOptimize on
ComponentText "This will install Vim ${VER_MAJOR}.${VER_MINOR} on your computer."
DirText "Choose a directory to install Vim (must end in 'vim')"
Icon icons\vim_16c.ico
# NSIS2 uses a different strategy with six diferent images in a strip...
#EnabledBitmap icons\enabled.bmp
#DisabledBitmap icons\disabled.bmp
UninstallText "This will uninstall Vim ${VER_MAJOR}.${VER_MINOR} from your system."
UninstallIcon icons\vim_uninst_16c.ico
# On NSIS 2 using the BGGradient causes trouble on Windows 98, in combination
# with the BringToFront.
# BGGradient 004000 008200 FFFFFF
LicenseText "You should read the following before installing:"
LicenseData ${VIMRT}\doc\uganda.nsis.txt
!ifdef HAVE_UPX
!packhdr temp.dat "upx --best --compress-icons=1 temp.dat"
!endif
# This adds '\vim' to the user choice automagically. The actual value is
# obtained below with ReadINIStr.
InstallDir "$PROGRAMFILES\Vim"
# Types of installs we can perform:
InstType Typical
InstType Minimal
InstType Full
SilentInstall normal
# These are the pages we use
Page license
Page components
Page directory "" "" CheckInstallDir
Page instfiles
UninstPage uninstConfirm
UninstPage instfiles
##########################################################
# Functions
Function .onInit
MessageBox MB_YESNO|MB_ICONQUESTION \
"This will install Vim ${VER_MAJOR}.${VER_MINOR} on your computer.$\n Continue?" \
IDYES NoAbort
Abort ; causes installer to quit.
NoAbort:
# run the install program to check for already installed versions
SetOutPath $TEMP
File /oname=install.exe ${VIMSRC}\installw32.exe
ExecWait "$TEMP\install.exe -uninstall-check"
Delete $TEMP\install.exe
# We may have been put to the background when uninstall did something.
BringToFront
# Install will have created a file for us that contains the directory where
# we should install. This is $VIM if it's set. This appears to be the only
# way to get the value of $VIM here!?
ReadINIStr $INSTDIR $TEMP\vimini.ini vimini dir
Delete $TEMP\vimini.ini
# If ReadINIStr failed or did not find a path: use the default dir.
StrCmp $INSTDIR "" 0 IniOK
StrCpy $INSTDIR "$PROGRAMFILES\Vim"
IniOK:
# Should check for the value of $VIM and use it. Unfortunately I don't know
# how to obtain the value of $VIM
# IfFileExists "$VIM" 0 No_Vim
# StrCpy $INSTDIR "$VIM"
# No_Vim:
# User variables:
# $0 - holds the directory the executables are installed to
# $1 - holds the parameters to be passed to install.exe. Starts with OLE
# registration (since a non-OLE gvim will not complain, and we want to
# always register an OLE gvim).
# $2 - holds the names to create batch files for
StrCpy $0 "$INSTDIR\vim${VER_MAJOR}${VER_MINOR}"
StrCpy $1 "-register-OLE"
StrCpy $2 "gvim evim gview gvimdiff vimtutor"
FunctionEnd
Function .onUserAbort
MessageBox MB_YESNO|MB_ICONQUESTION "Abort install?" IDYES NoCancelAbort
Abort ; causes installer to not quit.
NoCancelAbort:
FunctionEnd
# We only accept the directory if it ends in "vim". Using .onVerifyInstDir has
# the disadvantage that the browse dialog is difficult to use.
Function CheckInstallDir
StrCpy $0 $INSTDIR 3 -3
StrCmp $0 "vim" PathGood
MessageBox MB_OK "The path must end in 'vim'."
Abort
PathGood:
FunctionEnd
Function .onInstSuccess
WriteUninstaller vim${VER_MAJOR}${VER_MINOR}\uninstall-gui.exe
MessageBox MB_YESNO|MB_ICONQUESTION \
"The installation process has been successfull. Happy Vimming! \
$\n$\n Do you want to see the README file now?" IDNO NoReadme
Exec '$0\gvim.exe -R "$0\README.txt"'
NoReadme:
FunctionEnd
Function .onInstFailed
MessageBox MB_OK|MB_ICONEXCLAMATION "Installation failed. Better luck next time."
FunctionEnd
Function un.onUnInstSuccess
MessageBox MB_OK|MB_ICONINFORMATION \
"Vim ${VER_MAJOR}.${VER_MINOR} has been (partly) removed from your system"
FunctionEnd
Function un.GetParent
Exch $0 ; old $0 is on top of stack
Push $1
Push $2
StrCpy $1 -1
loop:
StrCpy $2 $0 1 $1
StrCmp $2 "" exit
StrCmp $2 "\" exit
IntOp $1 $1 - 1
Goto loop
exit:
StrCpy $0 $0 $1
Pop $2
Pop $1
Exch $0 ; put $0 on top of stack, restore $0 to original value
FunctionEnd
##########################################################
Section "Vim executables and runtime files"
SectionIn 1 2 3
# we need also this here if the user changes the instdir
StrCpy $0 "$INSTDIR\vim${VER_MAJOR}${VER_MINOR}"
SetOutPath $0
File /oname=gvim.exe ${VIMSRC}\gvim_ole.exe
File /oname=install.exe ${VIMSRC}\installw32.exe
File /oname=uninstal.exe ${VIMSRC}\uninstalw32.exe
File ${VIMSRC}\vimrun.exe
File /oname=xxd.exe ${VIMSRC}\xxdw32.exe
File ${VIMTOOLS}\diff.exe
File ${VIMRT}\vimtutor.bat
File ${VIMRT}\README.txt
File ..\uninstal.txt
File ${VIMRT}\*.vim
File ${VIMRT}\rgb.txt
SetOutPath $0\colors
File ${VIMRT}\colors\*.*
SetOutPath $0\compiler
File ${VIMRT}\compiler\*.*
SetOutPath $0\doc
File ${VIMRT}\doc\*.txt
File ${VIMRT}\doc\tags
SetOutPath $0\ftplugin
File ${VIMRT}\ftplugin\*.*
SetOutPath $0\indent
File ${VIMRT}\indent\*.*
SetOutPath $0\macros
File ${VIMRT}\macros\*.*
SetOutPath $0\plugin
File ${VIMRT}\plugin\*.*
SetOutPath $0\autoload
File ${VIMRT}\autoload\*.*
SetOutPath $0\autoload\xml
File ${VIMRT}\autoload\xml\*.*
SetOutPath $0\syntax
File ${VIMRT}\syntax\*.*
SetOutPath $0\spell
File ${VIMRT}\spell\*.txt
File ${VIMRT}\spell\*.vim
File ${VIMRT}\spell\*.spl
File ${VIMRT}\spell\*.sug
SetOutPath $0\tools
File ${VIMRT}\tools\*.*
SetOutPath $0\tutor
File ${VIMRT}\tutor\*.*
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section "Vim console program (vim.exe)"
SectionIn 1 3
SetOutPath $0
ReadRegStr $R0 HKLM \
"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion" CurrentVersion
IfErrors 0 lbl_winnt
# Windows 95/98/ME
File /oname=vim.exe ${VIMSRC}\vimd32.exe
Goto lbl_done
lbl_winnt:
# Windows NT/2000/XT
File /oname=vim.exe ${VIMSRC}\vimw32.exe
lbl_done:
StrCpy $2 "$2 vim view vimdiff"
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section "Create .bat files for command line use"
SectionIn 3
StrCpy $1 "$1 -create-batfiles $2"
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section "Create icons on the Desktop"
SectionIn 1 3
StrCpy $1 "$1 -install-icons"
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section "Add Vim to the Start Menu"
SectionIn 1 3
StrCpy $1 "$1 -add-start-menu"
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section "Add an Edit-with-Vim context menu entry"
SectionIn 1 3
# Be aware of this sequence of events:
# - user uninstalls Vim, gvimext.dll can't be removed (it's in use) and
# is scheduled to be removed at next reboot.
# - user installs Vim in same directory, gvimext.dll still exists.
# If we now skip installing gvimext.dll, it will disappear at the next
# reboot. Thus when copying gvimext.dll fails always schedule it to be
# installed at the next reboot. Can't use UpgradeDLL!
# We don't ask the user to reboot, the old dll will keep on working.
SetOutPath $0
ClearErrors
SetOverwrite try
File /oname=gvimext.dll ${VIMSRC}\GvimExt\gvimext.dll
IfErrors 0 GvimExtDone
# Can't copy gvimext.dll, create it under another name and rename it on
# next reboot.
GetTempFileName $3 $0
File /oname=$3 ${VIMSRC}\GvimExt\gvimext.dll
Rename /REBOOTOK $3 $0\gvimext.dll
GvimExtDone:
SetOverwrite lastused
# We don't have a separate entry for the "Open With..." menu, assume
# the user wants either both or none.
StrCpy $1 "$1 -install-popup -install-openwith"
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section "Create a _vimrc if it doesn't exist"
SectionIn 1 3
StrCpy $1 "$1 -create-vimrc"
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section "Create plugin directories in HOME or VIM"
SectionIn 1 3
StrCpy $1 "$1 -create-directories home"
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section "Create plugin directories in VIM"
SectionIn 3
StrCpy $1 "$1 -create-directories vim"
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section "VisVim Extension for MS Visual Studio"
SectionIn 3
SetOutPath $0
!insertmacro UpgradeDLL "${VIMSRC}\VisVim\VisVim.dll" "$0\VisVim.dll" "$0"
File ${VIMSRC}\VisVim\README_VisVim.txt
SectionEnd
##########################################################
!ifdef HAVE_NLS
Section "Native Language Support"
SectionIn 1 3
SetOutPath $0\lang
File /r ${VIMRT}\lang\*.*
SetOutPath $0\keymap
File ${VIMRT}\keymap\README.txt
File ${VIMRT}\keymap\*.vim
SetOutPath $0
File ${VIMRT}\libintl.dll
SectionEnd
!endif
##########################################################
Section -call_install_exe
SetOutPath $0
ExecWait "$0\install.exe $1"
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section -post
BringToFront
SectionEnd
##########################################################
Section Uninstall
# Apparently $INSTDIR is set to the directory where the uninstaller is
# created. Thus the "vim61" directory is included in it.
StrCpy $0 "$INSTDIR"
# If VisVim was installed, unregister the DLL.
IfFileExists "$0\VisVim.dll" Has_VisVim No_VisVim
Has_VisVim:
ExecWait "regsvr32.exe /u /s $0\VisVim.dll"
No_VisVim:
# delete the context menu entry and batch files
ExecWait "$0\uninstal.exe -nsis"
# We may have been put to the background when uninstall did something.
BringToFront
# ask the user if the Vim version dir must be removed
MessageBox MB_YESNO|MB_ICONQUESTION \
"Would you like to delete $0?$\n \
$\nIt contains the Vim executables and runtime files." IDNO NoRemoveExes
Delete /REBOOTOK $0\*.dll
ClearErrors
# Remove everything but *.dll files. Avoids that
# a lot remains when gvimext.dll cannot be deleted.
RMDir /r $0\autoload
RMDir /r $0\colors
RMDir /r $0\compiler
RMDir /r $0\doc
RMDir /r $0\ftplugin
RMDir /r $0\indent
RMDir /r $0\macros
RMDir /r $0\plugin
RMDir /r $0\spell
RMDir /r $0\syntax
RMDir /r $0\tools
RMDir /r $0\tutor
RMDir /r $0\VisVim
RMDir /r $0\lang
RMDir /r $0\keymap
Delete $0\*.exe
Delete $0\*.bat
Delete $0\*.vim
Delete $0\*.txt
IfErrors ErrorMess NoErrorMess
ErrorMess:
MessageBox MB_OK|MB_ICONEXCLAMATION \
"Some files in $0 have not been deleted!$\nYou must do it manually."
NoErrorMess:
# No error message if the "vim62" directory can't be removed, the
# gvimext.dll may still be there.
RMDir $0
NoRemoveExes:
# get the parent dir of the installation
Push $INSTDIR
Call un.GetParent
Pop $0
StrCpy $1 $0
# if a plugin dir was created at installation ask the user to remove it
# first look in the root of the installation then in HOME
IfFileExists $1\vimfiles AskRemove 0
ReadEnvStr $1 "HOME"
StrCmp $1 "" NoRemove 0
IfFileExists $1\vimfiles 0 NoRemove
AskRemove:
MessageBox MB_YESNO|MB_ICONQUESTION \
"Remove all files in your $1\vimfiles directory? \
$\nIf you have created something there that you want to keep, click No" IDNO Fin
RMDir /r $1\vimfiles
NoRemove:
# ask the user if the Vim root dir must be removed
MessageBox MB_YESNO|MB_ICONQUESTION \
"Would you like to remove $0?$\n \
$\nIt contains your Vim configuration files!" IDNO NoDelete
RMDir /r $0 ; skipped if no
NoDelete:
Fin:
Call un.onUnInstSuccess
SectionEnd
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