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<fileset> tag is a ne=
sted element to the <pack> element and allows files to be added to th=
at pack by selecting them similar lik=
e in an Apache Ant fileset.
A base directory for the fileset (relative pa= ths are treaten against the compiler base directory)
A single file to copy, can be relative to the directory specified in <= em>dir. If not given, the whole directory dir is recursively = included, filtered by the include and exclude expressions below.
the destination path, works like for
opti= onally lets you specify if the names are case- sensitive or not - takes yes= or no
fies the operating system, works like for
"unix" | "windows" | "mac"
Whether to overwrite existing files.
"true" | "false" =
| "asktrue" | "askfalse" | "update"
Globmapper to rename a conflicting file to. This works similar like the &l=
t;globmapper> in File Name=
Mappers, whereby the mapper's from attribute is set to "" an=
d the to attribute exactly to the value given here.
Since IzPack 5.0
String - valid globmapper target expression
For Windows only, ignored on non-Windows systems:
comma- or space-separated list of patterns of file= s that must be included; all files are included when omitted. This is an al= ternative for multiple include tags.
comma- or space-separated list of patterns of files that must be e= xcluded; no files (except default excludes) are excluded when omitted. This= is an alternative for multiple exclude tags.
an id of a condition which has to be fulfilled to inst= all the files in this fileset
Whethe= r to treat the file name case-sensitive.
"true" | "false=
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
L= imit the installation of this file to conditions depending on the target OS= , see=C2=A0OS Restrictions.=
Thi= s tag can also be specified in order to pass additional data related to a f= ile tag for customizing.
key to identify the data
value which can be used by a custom action
;<additionaldata>=C2=A0is an element which may provi= de=C2=A0additiona= l=C2=A0information as key-valu= e=C2=A0pairs to certain custom= actions. The particular key-value pairs you might use=C2=A0depend on the particular custom action.
=C2=A0Currently, there are two built-in custom actions cons=
uming such data,=C2=A0
ChmodInstallerListener,=C2=A0where relevant keys are
with intege= r values=C2=A0interpreted as p= ermissions like in the Unix chmod:
If value begins with "
0" -> octal number,
otherwise is is a decimal number = representing some permission.
These permissions are applied to the appropriate files either during<= /span>=C2=A0the compilation of the pa= ckage or while installing them later, depending on whether the consumer imp= lements a CompilerListener or InstallerListener.
Explicitely include files by pattern, similar like Ant fi=
leset patterns. For more information see the FileSet core type.
Note: There is currently no file name mapper s= upport in pack filesets.
Explicitely e= xclude files by pattern, similar like Ant fileset patterns. For more inform= ation see the FileSet core type.
Note: There is currently no file name mapper support in pack=