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Figure 9-29 In the Requirements pane, set any hardware or software requirements for the package
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To add a requirement, follow these steps: 1 Click the + button to display the dialog box shown in Figure 9-30 2 In the upper area, put together the condition a Open the If pop-up menu and choose the item for example, System OS Version b Open the Is pop-up menu and choose the comparison for example, <= (is less than or equal to) c In the text box, type the value for example, 1050 for Mac OS X version 105 (Leopard) 3 In the Failure message area, type a message title and message text to display if the system fails the requirement
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Figure 9-30
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Use this dialog box to create a requirement for a software package
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4 Click the OK button PackageMaker closes the dialog box and adds the requirement to the list 5 If necessary, click the Required pop-up menu in the Required column and choose Optional instead 6 Also if necessary, click the True item in the Pass If column and choose False instead As well as hardware and software requirements, you can add actions to your package You can create actions that run before the installation, after the installation, or both To add actions, click the Actions button and work in the Actions pane (shown in Figure 9-31 with an action added) There s a Preinstall Actions list box for actions to run before the installation, a Postinstall Actions list box for actions to run after installation, and a pair of Edit buttons, one for setting up each list of actions To edit one of the lists of actions, click its Edit button and then work in the dialog box that PackageMaker displays (see Figure 9-32) As you ll notice at once, this is an Automator workflow, so you drag the actions you want from the left pane to the workflow, choose options in them, and arrange them into the order in which you want them to occur Click the Save button when you re done, and the list appears in the Actions pane in PackageMaker
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Figure 9-31 Use the Actions pane to set up preinstall actions or postinstall actions for the package
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Figure 9-32 Set up the list of preinstall actions or postinstall actions in this dialog box
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Adding Files to the Package Description Document
Now that you ve named your package description document and chosen options for it, you re ready to add files to the package The easiest way to add files is to open a Finder window to the folder that contains the files, and then drag them to the Contents pane on the left side of the PackageMaker window Alternatively, you can click the + button in the lower-left corner of the PackageMaker window, use the resulting dialog box to pick the file, and then click the Choose button to add it When you ve added one or more files to the package, each file appears as a collapsible choice in the contents pane You can then set options both for the choice and for the package
Setting Options for the Choice
To set options for the choice, click the choice and work in the Configuration pane (see Figure 9-33) You can make the following changes in the Configuration pane: Choice Name In this text box, type the name the user will see in the Customization pane of the Installer
Figure 9-33 In the Configuration pane, you can name the choice, set its initial state and destination, and add a tooltip and description
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In this text box, type the text that identifies the choice inside the
Initial State In this area, choose how the item should appear in the Customization pane Select the Selected check box to have the choice s check box appear already selected; select the Enabled check box if you want the user to be able to select or clear the check box; and select the Hidden check box if you want to hide the choice from the user Destination Choose the folder in which to install the components of the choice Click the Action button to the right of the text box, click Choose on the pop-up menu, select the folder in the resulting dialog box, and then click the Choose button Click the Action button again, and then choose Absolute or Relative To Project on the pop-up menu, putting a check mark next to the item you want Absolute means you re setting an absolute path in the file system; Relative To Project means you re setting a path that s relative to where the project files go NOTE After setting the destination, select the Allow Alternate Volume check box if you want to let the user install the choice on a different volume Tooltip Type a short message up to a dozen words or so for the Installer to display in a tooltip when the user puts the mouse pointer over the choice Description Type a longer description for display in the Customization pane in the Installer when the user selects the choice If necessary, you can set hardware and software requirements for the choice Click the Requirements tab, and then work in the Requirements pane Use the same techniques to set up the requirements as described in the previous section for setting requirements for the package as a whole
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