With the JRE bundle wizard you can create JRE bundles for install4j from any JRE installation
on your disk. For more information on JRE bundles and on how they are used by install4j, please see the
corresponding help topic.
Please check first, if one of the JREs provided by ej-technologies' JRE download server fits your needs.
Note that JRE bundles can only be created on the platform where they are intended to run. For example, it is not possible to create a Linux JRE bundle on Windows. You have to install install4j on a Linux machine and run the JRE bundle creation process there.
The JRE bundle wizard is started by choosing Project->Create a JRE Bundle
from install4j's main menu.
The JRE bundle wizard leads you step by step
through the process of choosing the desired JRE and creating an install4j bundle from it:
To automate the JRE bundle creation, you can use the command line utility
createbundle [OPTIONS] [JRE home directory]
The available options are:
Creating a JRE bundle from your ant script (read about ant at
ant.apache.org) is easy.
Just use the |
To make the
<taskdef name="createbundle" classname="com.install4j.CreateBundleTask" classpath="C:\Program Files\install4j\bin\ant.jar"/> <target name="media"> <createbundle javahome="c:\Program Files\Java\jre6"/> </target>
Note: it is not possible to copy the
<createbundle javahome="/usr/lib/jvm/jre-9.0.4/jre" output="/home/build/projects/myproject/jrebundles" version="9.0" id="j3d" />