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          <th>Bug ID</th>
          <td><a class="bz_bug_link 
          bz_status_NEW "
   title="NEW - Windows builds lack an installer"
   href="https://bugzilla.libav.org/show_bug.cgi?id=830">830</a>
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        <tr>
          <th>Summary</th>
          <td>Windows builds lack an installer
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        <tr>
          <th>Product</th>
          <td>Libav
          </td>
        </tr>

        <tr>
          <th>Version</th>
          <td>11
          </td>
        </tr>

        <tr>
          <th>Hardware</th>
          <td>Other
          </td>
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        <tr>
          <th>OS</th>
          <td>Windows
          </td>
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        <tr>
          <th>Status</th>
          <td>NEW
          </td>
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          <th>Severity</th>
          <td>normal
          </td>
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          <th>Priority</th>
          <td>---
          </td>
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          <th>Component</th>
          <td>release
          </td>
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          <th>Assignee</th>
          <td>bugzilla@libav.org
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          <th>Reporter</th>
          <td>michel.gutierrez@gmail.com
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        <pre>The generated Windows builds at <a href="http://builds.libav.org/windows/release-gpl/">http://builds.libav.org/windows/release-gpl/</a>
offer a unix-over-windows directory structure that is not convenient for
regular, non-developer users.

A standard EXE setup program would be very helpful to many.

I suggest using INNO (<a href="http://www.jrsoftware.org/isinfo.php">http://www.jrsoftware.org/isinfo.php</a>). This is an open
source tool to generate a setup exe file. It's easy to configure (it just needs
a simple manifest file) and can be generated from a Linux command line (using
Wine). It also can handle both 32 and 64 bits in a single delivery so users do
not have to care what processor they are running on.

I can help on this if needed.</pre>
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