[izpack-users] Installation from multiple source jars
julien.ponge at gmail.com
Thu Jan 3 11:54:13 CET 2008
You can have the files out of packs (e.g., on a CD), you can have
web-downloaded packs, but you can't have this (although it should not
be very difficult to implement).
On Jan 3, 2008 11:50 AM, Joe Littlejohn <joe.littlejohn at talgentra.com> wrote:
> No replies yet :(
> Can anyone advise whether the below is possible with IzPack?
> Joe Littlejohn wrote:
> > Hi,
> > We're currently using IzPack as part of our build process to generate 3
> > separate installation bundles for our 3 apps. This has been very
> > successful, however the size of our deliverable is now rather large, and
> > we're looking for ways to re-structure the installation files to reduce
> > duplication.
> > Is there any way to allow IzPack to use more than one jar file as part
> > of an installation? This would allow us to extract all the common files
> > (e.g. all the jars) into one jar, that is re-used by all three IzPack
> > installs. The IzPack documentation doesn't mention this as far as I can
> > tell. The idea would be something along the lines of:
> > app1-install.jar (executable IzPack installation jar, installs app 1)
> > app2-install.jar (executable IzPack installation jar, installs app 2)
> > app3-install.jar (executable IzPack installation jar, installs app 3)
> > common-install.jar (contains the set of jar files re-used by all three)
> > Can anyone advise if this is possible?
> > Cheers
> > Joe
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