> 2012.03.05 20:47, Eduardo Trápani rašė:
>>>> My point is, Firefox is great, because I can use it in the language I
>>>> want, even if the operating system does not support it. We all expect
>>>> it to work. If that is not the case, users and localization teams
>>>> should be warned or a solution be found. At least that's what I think.
>>> I agree. I just don't think this problem is that severe, and assuming it
>>> hadn't been discovered and escalated before, I would be right. ;)
>> I agree is not severe. I filed as normal and I'm ready to drop it to
>> But about you being right because it has not been discovered ... I have
>> to disagree and you'll have to agree with me ;). You might want to
>> check this from NSIS (cyrillic + workaround). Or better yet, please
>> check this one, from a Romanian blog, on Mozilla Firefox, just a
>> couple of weeks old!! Exactly the same issue.
>>  http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Talk:Why_do_I_get_NSIS_Error >>  http://www.tutorialepc.ro/nsis-error-error-launching-installer-remediere-problema-2.html >
> You're right, and my assumption was incorrect. Shame on NSIS though, not
> on us.
> I'm lucky that my locale doesn't have non-ascii characters in the
> translation of word "Download", but if it did, I don't think I would
> consider invalidating that word just because some installers feel like
> compatibility with Win9x is more important than compatibility with Win7.
> It's just dumb.
> I think it's NSIS who should be poked most about this. Also, bugs could
> be filed for the projects using NSIS, to better distribute the pressure
> on NSIS to fix this bug. :)
Hm, looking at their documentation , it seems they're doing an almost
right thing. Perhaps they could just be poked to default to require XP
as a minimum.
On the other hand, VLC's page states that they also require XP or
higher. It's probably worth filing a bug for them too, asking to use the
option documented in  when generating the installer. They would first
need to update the version of NSIS they are using though.