Release Notes: This release refactors the auto-updater and includes minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version creates significantly smaller and faster installers, typically with 10% to 40% reduction in space and time. Also, building installers is much quicker. The JExpress Updater now updates itself, which means that any new or modified custom classes for the Updater are automatically distributed to your customers. Additional minor bugfixes and enhancements were included.
Release Notes: JExpress installers are now more robust when installing on a system that has a bad JVM installed. Additionally, they better organize menus and scripts on the various platforms (Windows, Unix, and Mac). While creating an installer project, JExpress now warns about more common configuration errors that could prevent the installer from working as desired. The API for customization has also been enhanced.
Release Notes: JExpress Professional now provides more information when reporting a missing class, and it handles extra parameters with forward slashes for the JVM on Unix properly. You can now exclude directories based on their extension from the included file list. Minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release creates native installers that work on the latest release of Mac OS X. It also includes other minor enhancements and bug fixes.
Release Notes: This release improves building installers and auto-updaters from the commandline. The user interface has been enhanced in JExpress Developer, the installer, and the uninstaller.
Release Notes: A new CustomUninstaller class simplifies removing custom files, registry entries, etc. JExpress now includes better support for ant or other command-line building tools. Users can automatically turn the installer silent, so users don't have to pass any commands on the command line or answer any prompts. This is especially useful for large companies who want to do remote installations.
Release Notes: Silent uninstall is now supported. The copyFile, renameFile, and overwriteFile commands were added to the uninstaller. A Unix launch script is created on Mac OS X if the Java app uses the console.
Release Notes: A Mac OS X bundle for non-Java apps can now also be built. The classpath is now configured properly when it contains subdirectories and the installer was created on Windows but installed on Mac. Multiple JVMs installed on Mac OS X are now supported. The jvmVersion in the Mac Java bundle is now configured properly if JRE 1.4.1_01 is detected. Auto-update of Java console applications on Windows is now supported. The screen no longer flashes during an unattended build.
Release Notes: JExpress Professional now lets you build native installers for Mac OS X for applications developed in any language. It also creates a Finder style, double-clickable icon for Java applications on Mac OS X.