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roamer's picture
Last seen: 14 years 7 months ago
Joined: 2007-02-21 16:01

So, I finally got my new phone in the mail and with it came this 50 free songs card from eMusic. So I thought "Cool, free music!" I went to their website and downloaded their download manager program and started the install and to my surprise, the installer was an NSIS installer. I thought it was weird that a company that deals with closed source programs would use an open source program like NSIS to build the installer (I know NSIS allows it, it still weird). That got me to think "I wonder how many other companies use NSIS to build their installers?" So does anyone know of any other companies that use NSIS or other open source software?

Espreon's picture
Last seen: 11 years 11 months ago
Joined: 2006-09-29 18:23
Actually many companies use NSIS for their products

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As all of ya should know Micro$oft is the Evil Empire, and Windows (a.k.a. Winblows or Windoze) is their greatest general, so please make a difference and install Linux or FreeBSD on yer Windows comp.

Patrick Patience
Last seen: 4 years 7 months ago
Joined: 2007-02-20 19:26
You're right...

It's true you know! Smile

Yea, a lot. Can't think of any right now, but many do. Blum

Wow, I just noticed I still had a signature, that's enough of that.

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