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When you define a set of conditions, you just have to write as many <condition> tags as you like.

Basic Condition Types

Dynamic Conditions

There is a number of built-in condition types in IzPack which can be used in an installation description, which are evaluated dynamically at a given moment as soon as they are referenced, depending on the installer state, the processed user inputs and the parameters given to them:

Aggregate Conditions

There are several aggregate conditions, which logically combine or alter one ore more conditions:

Pre-defined Conditions

There is a number of built-in conditions which are statically pre-set on launching the installation and which can be only referenced by their ID:

  • izpack.windowsinstall
    True if the current OS is (any) Windows.
  • izpack.windowsinstall.xp
    True if the current OS is Windows XP.
  • izpack.windowsinstall.2003
    True if the current OS is Windows Server 2003.
  • izpack.windowsinstall.vista
    True if the current OS is Windows Vista.
  • izpack.windowsinstall.7
    True if the current OS is Windows 7.
  • izpack.windowsinstall.8
    True if the current OS is Windows 8.
  • izpack.macinstall
    True if the current OS is Mac OS X.
  • izpack.linuxinstall
    True if the current OS is (any) Linux.
  • izpack.solarisinstall
    True if the current OS is (any) Solaris.
  • izpack.solarisinstall.x86
    True if the current OS is (any) Solaris x86.
  • izpack.solarisinstall.sparc
    True if the current OS is (any) Solaris Sparc.

The following basic types of conditions can be used:

See the links for more details.

Using Conditions

Defining Conditions

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