PureBasic 4.20 - All OS

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Thank you very much for the update PB team :D
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Holly wrote:It was mentioned that Vista compatibility for the Sprite library was planned for 4.20. Did this make it into 4.20?

Thanks for the new release!
As far as I have tested, not all sprite commands work using DirectX9. DirectX7 works, but Vista switches from Aero to Basic Desktop.
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great works as usual ;)
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I'm probably just slow, but has anyone else mentioned that the update is 2MB bigger than the install?
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tinman wrote:I'm probably just slow, but has anyone else mentioned that the update is 2MB bigger than the install?
Does it really matter? I'm sure it's just compressed differently.
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Mistrel wrote:
tinman wrote:I'm probably just slow, but has anyone else mentioned that the update is 2MB bigger than the install?
Does it really matter? I'm sure it's just compressed differently.
Not really, but it makes updates kind of pointless unless I'm missing something. It's far easier to uninstall (or safer - rename the PB directory) and then install the clean version.
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tinman wrote:I'm probably just slow, but has anyone else mentioned that the update is 2MB bigger than the install?
The install is compressed with LZMA algorithm (7-ZIP), the update with DEFLATE algorithm (ZIP).
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Post by freak »

We are planning to remove the update package and give the installer the ability to install over
an older version instead. It just wasn't done in time for 4.20
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