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Old 06-28-2010, 04:54 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by kovidgoyal View Post
Actually thinking about it a little I don't think its the file costing, per se. The disk space calculation doesn't take any time for a new install (you can verify this by uninstalling and the re-installing calibre). I think what's happening is that windows installer is comparing all the individual .pyo files to see which need to be updated, and then calculating diskspace based on that. You know how to suppress that?
That's filecosting. It's checking the local filesystem against the files in the MSI and determining which ones need to be updated. Disabling file costing should disable that check and cause the MSI to just straight-up copy every file in its package.
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