You can, however, create your own panels as well as install new ones created by the community and available mainly at Iz Pack's site ( The one that will specify each pack of your application: must have one or more files registered.Those can be added using the file tag (when you want to work with one specific file) or the fileset tag (when you want to work with folders) as shown.The feature definition will allow your update system to know which updates it should look for and which features are considered "new features".

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Beware, this license should be in a text format because Iz Pack will display it as a text only file.

The last lines regard the shortcut creation and the internationalization of this installer.

Your application will work without a problem and with this plugin activated.

So, you have decided what will be the packages available in your installer.

All this should allow you to create a simple multi platform installer for your e RCP application.

Once this is done, you'll probably want to add the tag to add internationalization support to your installer and then you'll need to create some language specific XML with pack descriptions translations and everything else.Your first section of the Iz Pack XML should be the something like: No big secret on that.It defines mainly the first screen post language choose.This is mainly the only thing that changes from a local installer to an online installer in Iz Pack. It sets how the installer will show the options of language to the user on the first screen of your installer.The second part of your XML should be: This is a bit more obscure. In this case, native tells the software to use the system's locale to write the languages.The fileset accepts both that will be interepreted as a mark to tell the installer on which OSs those files should be unpacked. The first fileset defined in the example above is the one that grabs all non-OS specific files from the RCP.