I have been unable to find out where in the GUI to specify the pathname for a component.

In addition, when I build and run an installer that lacks the pathname information, no errors are reported. Should it not be an error when the installer doesn't know where to get a component that I selected for installation?

I'm using Mac version 16.4.0 (2016-04-25).



asked 18 May '16, 19:24

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I'm afraid I may not be understanding your question. Are you referring to use different files for the main project and components? If so, unfortunately using the <include> tag through the GUI builder is not supported. If this is not the issue, could you provide us with more details about what you want to achieve?

(20 May '16, 18:42) alejandror ♦♦

Alejandror, I think you understand. My source/origin files look like this:

Source_dir dir1 dir2 components(empty, but components 1 and 2 are kept somewhere outside of Source_dir)

My installed directory will look like

Dest_dir dir1 dir2 components component2

where the user chose component2 at install time. dir1 and dir2 are always installed, but the components are optional.

I now understand that I will have to edit the xml file to allow this. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something.

Thanks- Scott

(20 May '16, 20:25) wscjr1

Sorry, the formatting (above) changed completely when I submitted the comment. Giving up.

(20 May '16, 20:27) wscjr1
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