Friday, 3 August 2012

Transitive components - MSI


Transitive components are regular components that are arranged in mutually-exclusive groups. The simplest example of a transitive component is a library that has different versions for Windows 95 and Windows NT. When you install the product, it installs either the Windows 95 or the Windows NT version, depending on the current operating system, but not both.

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