Use WarpIn to create a new installer for OS/2

RESOLVED INCOMPLETE

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enhancement
RESOLVED INCOMPLETE
11 years ago
6 months ago

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(Reporter: mozilla, Unassigned)

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x86
OS/2

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11 years ago
Created attachment 317879 [details]
dated WarpIn script originally created for PmW-Fx

If we manage to create a new installer for OS/2 it should be WarpIn based.

I have started to do this for my PmW-Fx builds but not really fully succeeded. The .wsi script is attached, the basic idea behind the sub-package numbers used in the script was:

  1+ main (req.) parts        1 base package
 50+ extensions              50 DOMI
100+ extra DLLs etc.        100 IPluginW
                            101 RWS
200+ other system config    200 default browser
300+ environment variables  300 MOZILLA_HOME

By now it seems that 100 and 101 are obsolete (we don't need to include RWS and IPluginW will be included soon). The @..@ strings will be substituted somehow by the Mozilla build system.

I had some file listings for each sub-package which were used to copy files from <OBJDIR>\dist\bin to some temporary directory and then called

   wic PmW-Fx-2.0.0.4.en-US.os2.wpi -a
      001 -c001_Base -r *  050 -c050_DOMI -r *  100 -c100_IPluginW -r *
      101 -c101_RWS *      200 -c200_default *  300 -c300_MOZILLA_HOME *
      -s PmW-Fx.wsi

from that directory.
Mass bug cleanup for Core:Build Config.

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Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: a year ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE

Updated

6 months ago
Product: Core → Firefox Build System
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