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  • <os> - restrict parsing depending on the target operating system, see the OS Restriction element
  • One or more <fileset> tags can be used to mark multiple files parsable at once. The <fileset> which can be used here has not the full number of attributes and nested tags like a Pack FileSet.
    <parsable> marks files parsable, which have been added using the <singlefile><file> or <fileset> tags before nested against the <pack> definition. There is no access to the filesystem for a <parsable> fileset, but  but just to files that are packed into the installer before.
    There can be filesets defined here without any attribute, but just one or more includes (targetDir defaults to "${INSTALL_PATH}" in that case.
    See the example below. 

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  • <os> - restrict parsing depending on the target operating system, see the OS Restriction element
  • <args>
    Pass one or more arguments with nested <arg> tags  (one <arg> tag per argument) to the executable
    Attributes: value - the argument value
    Example:
    <args><arg value="-version"/></args>
    Slashes are handled special (see attribute targetfile of tag <parsable>.
  • One or more <fileset> tags can be used to mark multiple files executable at once. The <fileset> which can be used here has not the full number of attributes and nested tags like a Pack FileSet.
    <executable> marks files executable, which have been added using the <singlefile><file> or <fileset> tags before nested against the <pack> definition. There is no access to the filesystem for a <parsable> fileset, but  but just to files that are packed into the installer before.
    There can be filesets defined here without any attribute, but just one or more includes (targetDir defaults to "${INSTALL_PATH}" in that case.
    See the example below. 

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