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What tool do you use to create an installer for your desktop applications?
5 projects | /r/dotnet | 19 Oct 2021
Yeah they’ve been gaining a lot of momentum from the refactor. We were using WinSparkle for awhile but it still only supports DSA signatures and required maintaining some P/Invoke code.
What are some alternatives?
NetSparkle - NetSparkle is a C# software update framework for .NET developers compatible with .NET Core/.NET 5+, WinForms, WPF, and Avalonia; uses Ed25519 or DSA signatures! View basic usage here in the README or visit our website for code docs.
Squirrel - An installation and update framework for Windows desktop apps
wix3 - WiX Toolset v3.x
AppImageUpdate - AppImageUpdate lets you update AppImages in a decentral way using information embedded in the AppImage itself.
nUpdate - A comfortable update solution for .NET-applications.
Reset-Windows-Update-Tool - Troubleshooting Tool with Windows Updates (Developed in Dev-C++).
bita - Differential file synchronization over http