Author steve.dower
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Date 2021-02-23.11:08:47
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Thanks! Interestingly, it seems like it ought to have re-run, but 
decided not to. I wonder if there's been some change to how Windows 
Installer deals with using registry keys to control custom actions?

Unfortunately, MSI is an incredibly complicated installer, which is why 
I like the Store package so much better (and one day, hopefully we can 
distribute the packages directly, but right now they require admin so I 
don't want to).

I'll have to dig into the options for the pip.wxs file in our installer 
to see whether we can just force it to re-run on repair.

To force restore it yourself, open an admin prompt and run "python.exe 
-m ensurepip". That's all the installer is going to do.
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