NIzPack - plugin detail

IzPack Installer Frontend

NetBeans Plugin - NIzPack
Plugin owner: ecmel
Website: http://opentools.googlepages.com/
Added: 2008-03-24
License: Apache License, Version 2.0
Category: Utilities
Downloaded: 3,069 times
Rating:
 3.79, by 3 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 5.95 MB   Last Update: 2008-05-26

What's new in this version

Updated for 6.1 release.

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Introduction

Generates and maintains IzPack Installer jar files for projects.

This plugin depends on IzPack 3.11.0 nbm which is available at http://opentools.googlepages.com/

Generated IzPack configuration file (nizpack.xml) can be hand edited.

JDK 1.6 needed.

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User Comments

  

NIzPack - Help - How to start

Well i'm comming here to ask your help...

The first step of this plugin, just let me know how can i use this plugin NIzPack, to be opened you know to have easy manage of this plugin....

I see the screenshot how can be find this on NetBeans...

There is someone available to help me i will really apreciate that.
Posted by genesisboy on Sep 17, 2008
  

JDK 1.6 needed

I've tried to run it with NB 6.1 on JDK 1.5 - doesn't work, because method javax.swing.JTable.setFillsViewportHeight is implemented with JDK 1.6. So it should be noted in the module comments "JDK 1.6 needed", as the plugin center can also be used from Tools/Plugins within NetBeans.
Posted by epdv on May 23, 2008
  

Re: beansbinding

You should have Beans Binding integration module installed. This is normally available on Netbeans 6.1 Java SE installation.

Unfortunately it is not available on previous versions.
Posted by ecmel on May 06, 2008
  

beansbinding ?

I have already installed IzPack.nbm and it went fine but when i installed NIzPack.nbm, it revealed that I do not have some org.jdesktop.beansbinding module. I downloaded the beansbinding jar file. What should I do for the next step ?
Posted by thotheolh on May 06, 2008
  

Linux

Yes is fixed 0.20 work for me

thanks
Posted by lemmy01 on May 03, 2008
  

Linux

Thanks for the feedback Ralf. Uploaded a new version. Hope the problem is fixed.
Posted by ecmel on Apr 18, 2008
  

Get it working

After doing this in Installation.java
CompilerConfig compiler = new CompilerConfig("/"+filename, "/"+baseDir, kind, "/"+output, this);
the plugin works.
I know this is a hack but without this i don't get it working.(on linux)
I find the plugin very very useful and hope that you continue development.
It were nice to bundle some type of docu to the plugin you could start with linking to the Docu from IzPack.
I think you could reach more users if your plugin don't require deeper understanding of izPack.

Thanks
Ralf
Posted by lemmy01 on Apr 17, 2008
  

Module Source

Is it possible to add the source of the izpack module too.
I opend the nizpack-module in netbeans and get errors about missing izpack-module.
because i could solve the path problem i described in a prior-comment i would take a closer look on the modulesource to track down the problem.
Or could you give some advice how to solve the problem without patch the sources?
I try different projects included the netbeans samples and get always the "com.izforge.izpack.compiler.CompilerException: Invalid base directory:" error.
my OS is linux could that be the point?
Posted by lemmy01 on Apr 08, 2008
  

Works this plugin on Linux OS?

Hi,
i could not solved the "com.izforge.izpack.compiler.CompilerException: Invalid base directory:"
error.
I tried different projects and always get this error, so is it possible that your plugins path calculation fails on linux?
In the generated xml file appears some windows related stuff too.

thanks
ralf
Posted by lemmy01 on Apr 08, 2008
  

6.1 Dev

Thanks for the bug report. Used to work a few builds ago. I will upgrade to 6.1 soon. Hope to solve the problem by then.
Posted by ecmel on Apr 05, 2008
  

Unfortunately it doesn't work on the current Dev Build of NB 6.1

It doesn't work under the current DEV build ("All"-Installation; Ruby, Mobile C/C++ not installed) - you get this NoClassDefFoundError when you use the menu item "Izpack Installer". Therefore I claimed for a better documentation ...

Product Version: NetBeans IDE Dev (Build 200804041203)
Java: 1.6.0_05; Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM 10.0-b19
System: Windows 2000 version 5.0 running on x86; Cp1252; de_DE (nb)
Posted by jiai on Apr 04, 2008
  

Re: Documentation

This is just a frontend to IzPack. IzPack documentation is available at http://izpack.org
Posted by ecmel on Mar 30, 2008
  

Unfortunately it doesn' work on the current Dev Build of NB 6.1

It doesn't work on NB 6.1 Dev Build (Build 200803291203), even if both package are installed:

NoClassDefFoundError: org/jdesktop/observablecollections/ObservableCollections. See http://statistics.netbeans.org/analytics/detail.do?id=41631.

Besides this, the documentation is poor.
Posted by jiai on Mar 30, 2008
  

Re: 6.1

Works with 6.1 but as it depends on BeansBinding, IDE should have Form Editor Module(org.netbeans.modules.form) installed. This is normally available on a Java SE setup.
Posted by ecmel on Mar 30, 2008
  

Hi

Thanks for the comments. All paths are calculated relative to the Project directory so please ensure that your File and Resource paths are relative. Hope this helps.
Posted by ecmel on Mar 29, 2008
  

Nice plugin

Hi,
thanks for the nice plugin!
But i have a little problem.if i hit the generate button of the panel i get a error like
"com.izforge.izpack.compiler.CompilerException: Invalid base directory: /home/ralf/home/ralf/jsql"
the path is invalid it should be "/home/ralf/jsql" where could i set the correct path?

thanks ralf
Posted by lemmy01 on Mar 29, 2008
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