[izpack-changes] r1935 - in izpack-src/trunk: . src/dist-files

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Tue Dec 4 22:38:18 CET 2007


Author: jponge
Date: 2007-12-04 22:38:11 +0100 (Tue, 04 Dec 2007)
New Revision: 1935

Modified:
   izpack-src/trunk/Versions.txt
   izpack-src/trunk/src/dist-files/install-readme.html
Log:
IzPack installer: check that users are actually launching the latest version by checking from the http://izpack.org/ website (Julien Ponge)


Modified: izpack-src/trunk/Versions.txt
===================================================================
--- izpack-src/trunk/Versions.txt	2007-12-03 15:50:43 UTC (rev 1934)
+++ izpack-src/trunk/Versions.txt	2007-12-04 21:38:11 UTC (rev 1935)
@@ -60,6 +60,8 @@
 - Various fixes (Loic via Julien Ponge)
 - Added conditions-definition to installer xml (Dennis Reil)
 - Added dynamic variables (Dennis Reil)
+- IzPack installer: check that users are actually launching the latest version by checking from
+  the http://izpack.org/ website (Julien Ponge)
 
   
   > 3.10.2 (build 2007.05.11)

Modified: izpack-src/trunk/src/dist-files/install-readme.html
===================================================================
--- izpack-src/trunk/src/dist-files/install-readme.html	2007-12-03 15:50:43 UTC (rev 1934)
+++ izpack-src/trunk/src/dist-files/install-readme.html	2007-12-04 21:38:11 UTC (rev 1935)
@@ -1,8 +1,5 @@
 <html>
 
-  <!-- Readme file. It has a basic look, but the Swing HTML renderer sucks
-  completely and doesn't go far beyond HTML 3.x ... -->
-
   <head>
     <title>IzPack - Readme</title>
   </head>
@@ -16,16 +13,18 @@
   platform. It uses a very modular architecture that lets you make the
   installers work as you want, not as the software wants it to work. It is also
   possible to extend it to suit your needs since it has been designed with this
-  purpose in mind from the start.</p>
+  purpose in mind from the start.<br></p>
   
   <h2>Package once, install anywhere</h2>
   <p>The installers generated by IzPack are independant of the target operating
   system. It has been running successfully on Linux/i386, FreeBSD, Solaris,
-  MacOS X and Win32. All it needs is a Java[tm] Runtime Environment.</p>
+  MacOS X and Win32. All it needs is a Java[tm] Runtime Environment.<br></p>
   
   <h2>Cool licensing</h2>
-  <p>IzPack is published under the terms of Apache License Version 2.0.</p>
+  <p>IzPack is published under the terms of Apache License Version 2.0.<br></p>
   
+  <p><b>Version check:<br><img src="http://izpack.org/version-check/?version=3.11.0"></p>
+  
   </body>
 
 </html>



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