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<file><= /code> element
<file> tag is a nested element=
to the <pack> element and specifies a single file or a directory recursively to be added to that =
You can use
<fileset> to add multipl=
the file location (relative path) - if this is a directory its contents will be added recursively.=
The src name may contain previously defined static variables (see
estination directory, could be something like
Limit= installation of this particular file only to the given target OS type.
"unix" | "windows" = | "mac"
Whether to overwri=
te existing files.
" | "false" | "asktrue" | "askfalse" | &=
Globmapper to rename a conflicting file to. This=
works similar like the <globmapper> in File Name Mappers, whereby the mapper's from attribute=
is set to the empty string and the to attribute exactly to the value given=
String - valid globmapper target expression
For Windows only, ignored on non-Windows systems:
if true and the file is an archive then its content =
will be unpacked and added as individual files.
"true" | "false"
Limit installati= on of this particular file to the given condition, which must be true durin= g the file installation.
Whether to treat the file name case-sensitive.
Whether to use global default excludes.
Since IzPack 5.0
"true" | "false" ("true")
Whether to follow symbolic links on target systems which support them. <= br class=3D"atl-forced-newline" /> Since IzPack 5.0
"true" | =
The following nested elements can be used in the
Limit the = installation of this file to conditions depending on the target OS, see OS Restrictions.
This tag can also be= specified in order to pass additional data related to a file tag for custo= mizing.
key to ide= ntify the data
value which ca= n be used by a custom action
;<additionaldata>=C2=A0is an element which may provide=
/span>=C2=A0information as key-value<=
/span>=C2=A0pairs to cer=
tain custom actions. The particular key-value pairs you might use
=A0Currently, there are two bu=
ilt-in custom actions consuming such data,=C2=A0
ChmodInstallerListener,=C2=A0where relevant keys are
with integer values=C2=A0interpreted as permissions li= ke in the Unix chmod:
e begins with "
0" -> octal number,
otherwise is is a decimal number representin= g some permission.
These= permissions are applied to the appropriate files either during=C2=A0the compilation of the = package or while installing them later, depending on whether the consumer i= mplements a CompilerListener or InstallerListener.------=_Part_4068_1601828151.1369420590527--