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 Advanced Installer
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v 4.1
Advanced Installer is the only Windows Installer authoring tool with built-in support for Java applications, integrating them fully into the Windows OS and making them look and feel just like a native application.
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v 0.7.4
AntInstaller enables you to quickly build installers for your applications using an XML config file and all the power of Ant. The beauty of AntInstaller (from a user point of view) is that it lets you install an app with a user friendly swing GUI. If working over ssh or without an X environment you can still install on the command line with no changes to the installer. In a move to be compatible with Apache projects the code in this project is now licensed under the less restrictive Apache 2.0 license. The new (18/05/2005) license can be viewed here Apache License 2.0
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v 7.1
InstallAnywhere is the solution of choice among multiplatform installation developers worldwide. It delivers the ideal combination of ease-of-use and powerful functionality for creating professional multiplatform installations in minutes.
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JExpress lets you build international installers and updaters. You can easily design custom installers using Java to configure the target system or run third party programs, such as MySQL. Your customers run a native installer and launch your Java app by selecting a menu item or clicking on an icon. Your product stays up-to-date with the built-in auto-updater.
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v 2.0
JNetStart allows the user to launch a Java Swing application deployed on a remote location. The difference between JNetStart and standard Java technologies is the granularity of the components downloaded in the startup process. The JNetStart client is a secure network class loader that loads classes and resources on the client computer on demand rather than whole jar files. Large Swing applications can be launched in seconds providing a user experience closer to web applications.
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v 1.12
xmltask provides the facility for automatically editing XML files as part of an Ant build. Unlike the standard filter task provided with Ant, it is XML-sensitive, but doesn't require you to define XSLTs.
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