Steps to reproduce: 1. On last screen of CCK wizard, select some components to install and deselect others. 2. Create the custom installer. 3. Launch the custom installer. 4. Choose "Custom" path. 5. The only component that appears listed is Navigator (selected and dimmed). The other components I chose in the wizard don't appear. I'm not able to verify if these components actually get installed (even though they're not listed) since I don't have a clean machine. Brent to do further testing.
I guess this was a build issue. Marking worksforme.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
re-opening.... Latest CCK build dated: 2000-11-14-14 The French, Japanese, and German language paks are not included in the customized builds if selected through the CCKTool's Select Components list
Status: RESOLVED → REOPENED
Resolution: WORKSFORME → ---
Varada asked me to test this, so I used the lastest CCK build from ftp://sweetlou/products/client/cck/new/win/5.0/domestic/release/Installer/ns/200 0-11-14-14/ and installed it on my Win95 machine. Here's what I did: On the last page of the tool, I selected Nav, Mail, IM, Spell Checker, Macromedia Flash Player, RealPlayer8, and the 4 language packs. I then created a custom build and went down the "Custom" installation path. The only components listed were: Nav, Mail, IM, and Spell Checker. I don't have a clean machine, so I can't verify if the other components get installed even if they're not listed. In any case, this bug is not yet fixed.
Marking M20, Major, P1
Severity: normal → major
Priority: P3 → P1
Target Milestone: --- → M20
*** Bug 60816 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Brent - Are missing components installed even if they're not listed? I'll add this to the release notes. Thanks.
The French, German, and Japanese language paks are not getting included in customized builds even if the end-user selects them in the CCKTool. (bug# 60816) The French, German, and Japanese language pak .xpi files do exist within the CCKTool\NSCPxpi\ directory.
Brent: As a workaround, can the language pack xpi files be copied by hand into a custom build? If so, where should the user copy them to? Thanks.
To further clarify... If user chooses to select all the available language paks on the "Create the Installer" page and proceeds to select the "Build Installer" button, the CCKTool doesn't include the langende.xpi, langenfr.xpi, and langenjp.xpi files that exist in the NSCPxpi\ directory.
Marking Fixed. This problem was caused by the "ADDITIONAL" screen components not being in the loop for the "if" conditions.
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago → 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Marking this Verified Fixed.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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