Mike. If you're willing to spend some money, I have found that there are two additional installers that that can be throwing into the mix....
The first is InstallAware
We've been researching installers, and since we're coming from the Wise Installer direction, we've found this is our best avenue to go down. Simply because it will convert Wise Installation scripts over to its own scripting language. You even get a significant amount of money off by using the competitors discount. (all you need is our serial number for our copy of Wise). Even though Wise as a product is long gone. Which is sad, because it was really a great product.
The second we looked at is InstallAnywhere
I've looked at innosetup as well. It's a great product, but I tend to be a fan of products that are backed by a company. Yes, Open Source has a place in the market place, but there are so many failures in Open Source market. Or products that have just been abandoned. (Just go look at some of the products out there that haven't had any work done on them in years). When you have a proprietary product, you have a team of people that have a strong desire to make a product successful.
Anyway, I hope this information helps some.
answered Jun 28, 2015 at 09:09 AM jeffgibson 0