|Re: Zipped product archives for Windows [message #1726079 is a reply to message #1726025]
||Wed, 09 March 2016 12:56
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
On 09.03.2016 07:19, Peter Kirschner wrote:
> Hi Ed,
> thanks for you anwsers ;) Which raise some new questions ;)
>> > Can they made be available?
>> I suppose, but even we repackage the executable and do so by
>> splitting the the executable into its parts, modifying the ini in the
>> jar, recombining, and resigning.
> That would be great. Shall I create a bugzilla enhancement request for
Well, I think it would be better to reuse the repackaging approach we're
>> > BTW: How are the self-extracting executabels are created? A part of
>> our Hudson build with some shell scripts.
> Is it /org.eclipse.oomph.releng/hudson/repackage.sh ?
The repackaging scripts gives you exactly the idea of how the *.exe
itself is composed from parts. Basically there is a very tiny "real"
exe to which is appended several sections (a descriptor and the zipped
distro) separated by markers. In this repackaging script you can see
those markers, now to split out the parts, and how to assemble that
parts. I think that's everything you need. Or not?
> kind regards,
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