I updated the installer. It now includes jpeg62.dll and python25.dll which were missing (thanks to the reporters on my initial post). I also included the glom and gda python modules. If I do understand things right, then installing Python and pygtk makes Python support in Glom automatically work with this. I tried this out by reinstalling Python into a different directory, which worked.
Again, if there are still problems with it, please tell me.
Here it is, Glom's installer for Windows. Thanks to the opinions on my last blog entry. I set up an all-in-one installer, so Glom should run out of the box after installing (please tell me if not). It includes GTK+ from SVN with my patch from bug #506062 (hint, hint) so that recent files filtering works.
Since most people seem to use NSIS for Windows installers (comment on this blog entry, gtk-win.sourceforge.net) I also had a look at it. However, the scripting language reminds me more of assembly than anything else, and I think these days are over. So I used InnoSetup which has Pascal scripting for the rare cases you need it.
The only thing that is not going to work is python scripts for buttons and calculated fields. Ideally, one would just install Python and PyGtk, and having Glom use that installation automatically when present. This shouldn't be too hard, it just needs to tell python where to find the own gda and glom python modules. I am going to tackle this after my physics exam on Thursday.