|Keep It Simple, Stupid|
New berrybrew installer; Looking for testersby stevieb (Canon)
|on Nov 22, 2019 at 18:45 UTC||Need Help??|
I recently had one of my clients ask me if I could automate installing berrybrew along with specific existing and new Perl instances.
I've taken a couple of days to get things to the point where my release automation is doing the right thing. I've tested it on a half dozen Windows 10 VMs, and things appear to work correctly. That said, I probably have differing configurations on my Windows machines than others do, so I'm hoping I can get some volunteers to test it out and see if there are any oddities.
The installer will install the 1.27 version, and is located right here.
Defaults that should be visible throughout the process:
After the install is complete:
Uninstall: The uninstall program is inside of the install directory (by default, "C:\Program Files (x86)\berrybrew". After it's run, you should see (in yet another new cmd window:
Re-installing after an uninstall will know if you've still got 5.30.0 installed and will bypass that part, but will "switch" to it before exiting.
I'm also wondering if any UAC/security warnings or boxes pop-up during install.