Release Notes: This release adds integrated code signing for Windows and Mac OS X, support for OpenJDK on Mac OS X, a new privileges architecture for actions, and various other improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds a new code editor with code completion and a code gallery with sample scripts. The distribution tree now supports separate file sets. Auto-update functionality and custom installer applications have been added. The configuration of screens and actions has been redesigned.
Release Notes: This release adds optional LZMA compression, different ways to set the file modification times of installed files, and a VM parameter file on Unix. On Mac OS X, installers are now created as DMG files. Windows launchers have now got all new features from the exe4j 3.1 release.
Release Notes: This release adds improved update awareness, a new "add-on"-installer type for distributing patches and updates, new archive types for Windows and Mac OS X, support for packed 1.5 JRE bundles (JSR 200), many launcher enhancements, and enhancements in the API. Comprehensive sample code for all custom extensions has been added.
Release Notes: This release adds user variables, installation components, configurable file associations, custom tasks, a reboot option on Windows, sub-folders in the Windows program group menu, improved custom script entry, a wizard for creating JRE bundles, an HTML Project report, and an improved build console. In addition, the management of custom code has been redesigned and extended. Access rights for directories on Unix platforms are now configurable. Unattended installations have been added. Also, there are many enhancements in the API, Ant task, and installer.
Release Notes: This release adds an API for custom actions during the installation process and custom screens in the installer wizard. Support has been added for Windows services, Unix daemons, and Mac OS X startup items. GUI installers are now available on all supported platforms. Java Runtime Environments can now be downloaded on demand by the generated installers.