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Several panels, suc= h as the license panel, the information and the shortcut panel, require add= itional data to perform their task.
This data is supplied in the form= of resources.
The manual's panel description page lists any resource= s that the panel needs.
/code> element is a child of the
Currently, no checks are made to ensure resources ne= eded by any panel have been included.
Here is an example of specifyin= g two resources:
<res> elements that identify each =
resource. The following attributes may be specified:
is the identifier of the resource The panels<= /strong> documentation lists the ids to be used
par= se(optional, yes or no w= ith the default being no) specifies whether the resource w= ill be parsed at compilation time. Parsing will replace variables in text /= xml / properties files.
typespecifi= es the parsing mode to adapt to specific file formats: plain (default), java, shell, at, ant, javaprop, xml.
Please note that in general a resource id is unique.
If you defi= ne multiple resources with the same id, the later definition will overwrite= the previous definition. This can happen if a resource is defined in a ref= erenced pack-file.
However there is an exception for packsLan= g.xml_xyz files (see internationalization of the PacksPanel).<= p>If multiple packsLang-files were defined, all files will be merged into a= single temporary file. This allows refpack files to provide their own inte= rnationalization-information.
The following sample shows= a <resources> element in an installation file. It specifies resource= s required for 2 of the panels.