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Re: Windows installer MWL#55 finished.
This could be a bug I found and fixed yesterday evening. It turns out I did an superfluous LocalFree() in mysql_install_db.exe. Interestingly, it has crashed rather seldom, it was the first time I have seen it.
Fixed here : http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~maria-captains/maria/5.2-windows-packaging-upgrade/revision/2929 .
I updated msi installers after the fix here <http://cid-ff0c950417b4f8a4.office.live.com/browse.aspx/share> http://cid-ff0c950417b4f8a4.office.live.com/browse.aspx/share . I would appreciate if you could give new MSI’s a try . Make sure to uninstall what you currently have prior to this experiment .
To trace what is happening in installation, a log file can be helpful. To get a log, issue
msiexec /i mariadb-5.2.5-win32.msi /l*v log.txt
on the command line. This will launch setup and write some interesting (and lots of uninteresting) info into log.txt. If an executable launched by MSI crashes (I presumably it was the case here), the information would be sparse, but at least one would know at what step installation did a rollback, which exe has crashed and what it has written to output prior to crash.
From: Peter Laursen [mailto:peter_laursen@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Dienstag, 1. Februar 2011 18:46
To: Vladislav Vaintroub
Cc: Kristian Nielsen; serg@xxxxxxxxxxxx; maria-developers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [Maria-developers] Windows installer MWL#55 finished.
sorry .. it was 32 bit installer!
On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 18:43, Peter Laursen <peter_laursen@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
hmmm .. installer rolls back. Why?
64 bit build on 64 bit Win7 (UAC disabled). Default file path. No conflicts with ports or service name specified. After rollback there is no track left.
On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 18:05, Vladislav Vaintroub <wlad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kristian Nielsen [mailto:knielsen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Dienstag, 1. Februar 2011 14:59
> To: Vladislav Vaintroub
> Cc: maria-developers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; serg@xxxxxxxxxxxx; Michael Widenius
> Subject: Re: [Maria-developers] Windows installer MWL#55 finished.
> "Vladislav Vaintroub" <wlad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> > Wizard is an MFC application. I'm sorry for that, but my Windows C/C++ GUI programming experience is not only rusty (prior to
> > WL last time I used it was more than a decade ago), it is also restricted to MFC only. Being MFC application, it will require
> > least VS Professional to build. There is no MFC in free Visual Studio Express edition, nor in free Windows SDK. Build and
> > packaging process will handle missing MFC gracefully (build won't try to compile upgrade wizard, package won't include it , and
> > installer won't start it at the end of installation).
> What license are we distributing the wizard source code under?
> The reason I ask is that because of the above dependency, GPL may not be
> appropriate (and since it sounds like a new application, nor is it
> necessary). So we might consider another license, eg. BSD or if prefered some
> other more copy-left license. Or just GPL-with-MFC-exception.
> I don't really have an opinion myself for one license or the other, I just
> wanted to point out the issue to make sure it is considered by those that do
> care. Since it sounds like if we just use GPL, we may be releasing something
> that formally others cannot redistribute without violating the license. Which
> I think we should avoid, even if we're obviously not planning to sue anyone
> over it ...
Not sure I'm correct person to start discussions over the of GPL, I think I'm not qualified.
I do know there is a plenty of established open source projects that use MFC, including GPLv2, such as different incarnations of
Tortoise (SVN,CVS, BZR, HG).
>From my point of view, it is just a system library. It came bundled with compiler, just like other library CRT which is non-GPL
that we use extensively for quite important functionality like strcpy() or say fopen(). Maybe this explanation will satisfy GPL
purists. I do not think CRT , MFC , ATL (libraries that come bundled with Visual Studio) have any written license, at least I have
never seen one. The source code is available, and installed together with Visual Studio. If one needs to redistribute one of this
libraries as DLLs, there is Microsoft EULA that basically allows inclusion into any software . But we do not even do that, as we
link Visual Studio libraries (CRT, and also MFC now) statically, MySQL-ish way.
> - Kristian.
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