The /extract feature of the previous installer was pretty handy. It allowed for fast extraction of all TouchDesigner required files immediately in the folder within which the command is executed.
It allowed for fast deployment techniques and as it didn’t do a “proper” install, it didn’t add a ton of registry entries nor did it open a GUI.
It allowed as well for packaging of the correct TouchDesigner build along project in a fast and efficient way. It allowed as well to package an extracted install in a GIT LFS folder alongside the project repository / files / folder.
While I can understand the benefits of that new installer, it’s a bit of a bummer to have that handy feature gone.
I can do the procedure manually by copying the files after install, but slightly worried that I am missing something and that on a fresh system that never had TouchDesigner, something might fail because dependencies are mising… (like vcredist and such… )