[izpack-users] IzPack condition tag
joker.pro at gmail.com
Fri Sep 22 17:36:06 CEST 2006
Thanks, Dennis, for your fast answer.
I will read in docs about how to use "UserInputPanel" and
"createForUnselectedPack". Thanks for your advice. Can't yet imagine how it
all could be done with these things, but I'll try, thanks again.
And I'm waiting for your extension :) Really need it now and I'm sure
somebody will need it in the future :)
Thanks again for your answer!
>I think this could be done by either a custom action (implemented as an
>installer listener) or by using the UserInputPanel and the
>createForPack-tag resp. createForUnselectedPack.
>I also needed this condition-feature, so I am developing an extension
>which let's you specify conditions in a separate xml-file like this:
><variable name="dbtype" value="rdb">
> <removepack packid="pack.db.fastobjects"/>
>This means a variable condition. If the variable dbtype has the value
>rdb then remove the pack with the id pack.db.fastobjects.
>The variable can be set either by user input or by a custom action. With
>this condition, it is possible to show a modified packs list, so that a
>user can't select Tomcat because it's already there.
>Another condition would be a mutual exclusive condition, indicating that
>a certain pack can't be chosen because another pack in conflict is
>I hope this will find its way in izPack 4.0 ;-)
>> First, want to thank all people who put their hand on IzPack developing.
>> Really cool, easy to understand and powerful thing! Thank you very much!
>> Have one proposal. As Mr. Julien Ponge told me, IzPack don't support
>> conditions. Would be great if such thing exist. I don't know how all of
>> can check if something is already installed and make a choice install
>> another tool or not. It's a problem for me now and I really don't know
>> to install according to user's choice. For example, if user tells that
>> Apache Tomcat is already installed - to not install it again, and if it's
>> not installed - just install it. How do you make it now, in current
>> I know that for new condition tag the time is needed. But can somebody
>> advise me how to be, using current version? I have some ideas with
>> bat-files, for example to call some bat-file with some arguments, but
>> check conditions and install Tomcat or not. But it's only in Windows. How
>> be in Unix or Solaris, for example? Maybe you know some other ways?
>> Thank you very much in advance!
>> P.S.: Anyway, waiting for condition tag abilities or something similar :)
>> P.P.S: Thanks again for the great tool!
>> With respect,
>> Yurii Kartsev
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