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Install4j-based distributions

Description

Openfire uses Install4j to create some distributions, while it uses custom scripts for others. Eventually, all distributions should be created by Install4j.

We currently provide these distributions:

Description

currently created by

file-name format

Windows, 32-bit, Includes 32-bit Java JRE

ant+install4j

_bundledJRE.exe

Windows, 64-bit, Includes 64-bit Java JRE

ant+install4j 

_bundledJRE_x64.exe

Windows, 32-bit, No Java JRE

ant+install4j 

.exe

Windows, 64-bit, No Java JRE

ant+install4j 

_x64.exe

Windows (archive, no installer), Does not include Java JRE

ant+install4j 

.zip

RPM (32bit JRE bundled) for Red Hat Linux and variants

ant+rpmbuild 

.i686.rpm

RPM (no JRE bundled) for Red Hat Linux and variants

ant+rpmbuild 

.noarch.rpm

RPM (64bit JRE bundled) for Red Hat Linux and variants

ant+rpmbuild 

.x86_64.rpm

Debian package, no Java JRE

ant+dpkg 

_all.deb

(archive, no installer) Works on most Unix variants, no Java JRE

ant+install4j 

.tar.gz

Mac

 ant+hdiutil

.dmg

Source code (uncompiled)

 ant+install4j

src.tar.gz

Source code (uncompiled)

 ant+install4j

src.zip

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wroot
April 15, 2018, 6:46 AM

Maybe we need same ticket for Spark also? Not sure if all of its installers are made with install4j.

Daryl Herzmann
November 13, 2018, 6:33 PM

The hope is that all artifacts are now accounted for with various bamboo jobs.  Proof will be in the pudding when the beta release is attempted shortly.

Assignee

Daryl Herzmann

Reporter

Guus der Kinderen

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