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The information on this page is for izpack-3.8.1-6.jpp6.src.rpm, a source rpm; you are probably more interested in these binaries built from it:

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(2012-11-01 00:10, noarch)
IZPack installer generator izpack homepage Download izpack-3.8.1-6.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download izpack-3.8.1-6.jpp6.src.rpm
(2012-11-01 00:10, noarch)
Samples for izpack izpack-demo homepage Download izpack-demo-3.8.1-6.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download izpack-3.8.1-6.jpp6.src.rpm
(2012-11-01 00:10, noarch)
Javadoc for izpack izpack-javadoc homepage Download izpack-javadoc-3.8.1-6.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download izpack-3.8.1-6.jpp6.src.rpm
(2012-11-01 00:10, noarch)
Manual for izpack izpack-manual homepage Download izpack-manual-3.8.1-6.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download izpack-3.8.1-6.jpp6.src.rpm

RPM Information for izpack-3.8.1-6.jpp6.src.rpm

Name: izpackDistribution: JPackage
Version: 3.8.1Vendor: JPackage Project
Release: 6.jpp6Build date: Thu Nov 1 00:09:37 2012
Epoch: 0Build host:
Group: Development/ToolsRPM file: izpack-3.8.1-6.jpp6.src.rpm
Size: 4456755Source RPM: (none)
Section: freeLicense: Apache Software License 2.0
Packager: Will Tatam <will.tatam at>
Summary: IZPack installer generator
IzPack is an installers generator for the Java platform. It
produces lightweight installers that can be run on any operating
system where a Java virtual machine is available. Depending on
the operating system, it can be launched by a double-click or a
simple 'java -jar installer.jar' on a shell. The most common use
is to distribute applications for the Java platform, but you can
also use it for other kinds of projects. The main benefit of
IzPack is that it provides a clean and unique way of distributing
a project to users using different operating systems. IzPack is
reported to run on :
* Unix-like systems, mostly Linux and BSD
* MacOS X
* Windows variants
A big care has been put in making IzPack as small as possible in
order to reduce the weight of IzPack itself in the final installer
archive. Also, IzPack has been designed around modularity and
flexibility. As a consequence, you are able to specify how your
installer should be by selecting the panels that you want to show
to the final user. Sometimes there

Change Log for izpack-3.8.1-6.jpp6.src.rpm

* Thu Nov 01 2012 Will Tatam <will.tatam at> 3.8.1-6
- Auto rebuild for JPackage 6 in centos5 mock

* Wed Aug 08 2012 Ralph Apel <r.apel at> - 0:3.8.1-5
- First JPP-6 release

* Mon Mar 16 2009 Ralph Apel <r.apel at> - 0:3.8.1-4.jpp5
- First JPP-5 release

* Sat May 19 2007 Ralph Apel <r.apel at> - 0:3.8.1-3jpp
- Rebuild to fix uploaded SRPM arch

* Thu May 10 2007 Ralph Apel <r.apel at> - 0:3.8.1-2jpp
- Make Version, Distribution based on macro
- Fix aot build

* Wed Sep 20 2006 Ralph Apel <r.apel at> - 0:3.8.1-1jpp
- Upgrade to 3.8.1
- Add post/postun Requires for javadoc
- Add gcj_support option

* Wed Jun 07 2006 Fernando Nasser <fnasser at> - 0:3.7.2-2jpp
- First JPP 1.7 build

* Wed Oct 19 2005 Ralph Apel <r.apel at> - 0:3.7.2-1jpp
- First JPackage build

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