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The "IniSection" Command

This command is used to define the start of all INI file definitions within a particular "section" of the file, this section ends when the "/IniSection" command is encountered.

You must have already defined the INI file details with the "/IniFile" command.

The macro takes these parameters:

EXAMPLE

<$Component "INI" Create="Y" Directory_="INSTALLDIR" LM="Y">
   <$IniFile "Dennis.INI" DIR="D:\DBAREIS\PROJECTS\Win32\MakeMsi\OUT">
       <$IniSection "Section1">
           <$Ini "Key11" Value="Value11">
           <$Ini "Key12" Value="Value12">
       <$/IniSection>
       <$IniSection "Section2">
           <$Ini "Key21" Value="Value21">
           <$Ini "Key22" Value="Value22">
       <$/IniSection>
   <$/IniFile>
<$/Component>


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