After viewing the answer in this post, I ran both a Linux build and a cdrom build, with only Linux as the cdromPlatform. I found that platform_name is linux in both builds. So, I am still oblivious as to how to tell if a build is for the cdrom or the single-file executable. Any suggestions? What am I missing?

To explain my need, we tar or zip the cdrom builds, and I am trying to take care of this in a postBuildAction. However, I need a rule to differentiate between the build target type (e.g. linux or cdrom) rather than the build target platform (e.g. linux and linux here).

asked 11 May '12, 02:37

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Aw, I thought I stumbled upon the answer, "installer_package_format". But, this built-in variable's value is "executable" during both builds.

(11 May '12, 03:14) DevHopeful_2012

Uh-oh. I just noticed the postBuildAction caveat for CDROM installers. So, I only want to perform this action once. How would I do that, as well? I also try to sign the executable on Windows. How can I tell if this is the final execution of the postBuildAction's?

Post-build Actions - ...For multi-platform CDROM installers, the postBuildActionList is executed once for every one of the specific platform installers and one final time for the whole CDROM build.

(11 May '12, 03:20) DevHopeful_2012

We are looking into this. The platform_name should say cdrom when the cdrom actionList is being executed. Could you follow up to support@bitrock.com so we can send you new builds once this is solved?

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answered 11 May '12, 09:26

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