1 MSG_Version=Java Packager version
   2 MSG_Help_1=Usage: javapackager -command [-options]\n\
   3      \n\
   4 where command is one of: \n\
   5 \  -createjar\n\
   6 \          The packager produces jar archive according to other parameters. \n\
   7 \  -deploy \n\
   8 \          The packager generates the jnlp and html files according to other\n\
   9 \          parameters.\n\
  10 \  -createbss\n\
  11 \          Converts css file into binary form \n\
  12 \  -signJar\n\
  13 \          Signs jar file(s) with a provided certificate.\n\
  14 \  -makeall\n\
  15 \          Performs compilation, createjar and deploy steps as one call with \n\
  16 \          most arguments predefined. The sources must be located in "src"\n\
  17 \          folder, the resulting files (jar, jnlp, html) are put in "dist"\n\
  18 \          folder. This command may be configured only in a minimal way and is\n\
  19 \          as automated as possible.\n\
  20 \n
  21 MSG_Help_2=Options for createjar command include: \n\
  22 \  -appclass <application class>\n\
  23 \          qualified name of the application class to be executed.\n\
  24 \  -preloader <preloader class>\n\
  25 \          qualified name of the preloader class to be executed.\n\
  26 \  -paramfile <file>\n\
  27 \          properties file with default named application parameters.\n\
  28 \  -argument arg\n\
  29 \          An unnamed argument to be put in <fx:argument> element in the JNLP\n\
  30 \          file.\n\
  31 \  -classpath <files>\n\
  32 \          list of dependent jar file names.\n\
  33 \  -manifestAttrs <manifest attributes>\n\
  34 \          List of additional manifest attributes. Syntax: "name1=value1,\n\
  35 \          name2=value2,name3=value3.\n\
  36 \  -noembedlauncher \n\
  37 \          If present, the packager will not add the JavaFX launcher classes\n\
  38 \          to the jarfile.\n\
  39 \  -nocss2bin\n\
  40 \          The packager won't convert CSS files to binary form before copying\n\
  41 \          to jar. \n\
  42 \  -runtimeversion <version> \n\
  43 \          version of the required JavaFX Runtime.\n\
  44 \  -outdir <dir>\n\
  45 \          name of the directory to generate output file to.\n\
  46 \  -outfile <filename>\n\
  47 \          The name (without the extension) of the resulting file.\n\
  48 \  -srcdir <dir>\n\
  49 \          Base dir of the files to pack.\n\
  50 \  -srcfiles <files>\n\
  51 \          List of files in srcdir. If omitted, all files in srcdir (which\n\
  52 \          is a mandatory argument in this case) will be packed.\n\
  53 \n
  54 MSG_Help_3=Options for deploy command include:\n\
  55 \  -native <type>\n\
  56 \          generate self-contained application bundles (if possible).\n\
  57 \          If type is specified then only bundle of this type is created.\n\
  58 \          List of supported types includes: installer, image, exe, msi, dmg, pkg, rpm, deb.\n\
  59 \  -name <name>\n\
  60 \          name of the application.\n\
  61 \  -appclass <application class>\n\
  62 \          qualified name of the application class to be executed.\n\
  63 \  -outdir <dir>\n\
  64 \          name of the directory to generate output file to.\n\
  65 \  -outfile <filename>\n\
  66 \          The name (without the extension) of the resulting file.\n\
  67 \  -srcdir <dir>\n\
  68 \          Base dir of the files to pack.\n\
  69 \  -srcfiles <files>\n\
  70 \          List of files in srcdir. If omitted, all files in srcdir (which\n\
  71 \          is a mandatory argument in this case) will be used.\n\
  72 \  -m <modulename>[/<mainclass>]\n\
  73 \  --module <modulename>[/<mainclass>]\n\
  74 \          the initial module to resolve, and the name of the main class\n\
  75 \          to execute if not specified by the module\n\
  76 \  -p <module path>\n\
  77 \  --module-path <module path>...\n\
  78 \          A : separated list of directories, each directory\n\
  79 \          is a directory of modules.\n\
  80 \  --add-modules <modulename>[,<modulename>...]\n\
  81 \          root modules to resolve in addition to the initial module\n\
  82 \  --limit-modules <modulename>[,<modulename>...]\n\
  83 \          limit the universe of observable modules\n\
  84 \  --strip-native-commands <true/false>\n\
  85 \          include or exclude the native commands\n\
  86 \  -title <title>\n\
  87 \          title of the application.\n\
  88 \  -vendor <vendor>\n\
  89 \          vendor of the application.\n\
  90 \  -description <description>\n\
  91 \          description of the application.\n\
  92 \  -embedjnlp\n\
  93 \          If present, the jnlp file will be embedded in the html document.\n\
  94 \  -embedCertificates\n\
  95 \          If present, the certificates will be embedded in the jnlp file.\n\
  96 \  -allpermissions\n\
  97 \          If present, the application will require all security permissions \n\
  98 \          in the jnlp file.\n\
  99 \  -updatemode <updatemode>\n\
 100 \          sets the update mode for the jnlp file.\n\
 101 \  -isExtension\n\
 102 \          if present, the srcfiles are treated as extensions.\n\
 103 \  -callbacks\n\
 104 \          specifies user callback methods in generated HTML. The format is\n\
 105 \          "name1:value1,name2:value2,..."\n\
 106 \  -templateInFilename\n\
 107 \          name of the html template file. Placeholders are in form of\n\
 108 \          #XXXX.YYYY(APPID)#\n\
 109 \  -templateOutFilename\n\
 110 \          name of the html file to write the filled-in template to.\n\
 111 \  -templateId\n\
 112 \          Application ID of the application for template processing.\n\
 113 \  -argument arg\n\
 114 \          An unnamed argument to be put in <fx:argument> element in the JNLP\n\
 115 \          file.\n\
 116 \  -preloader <preloader class>\n\
 117 \          qualified name of the preloader class to be executed.\n\
 118 \  -paramfile <file>\n\
 119 \          properties file with default named application parameters.\n\
 120 \  -htmlparamfile <file>\n\
 121 \          properties file with parameters for the resulting applet.\n\
 122 \  -width <width>\n\
 123 \          width of the application.\n\
 124 \  -height <height>\n\
 125 \          height of the application.\n\
 126 \n
 127 MSG_Help_4=Options for createbss command include:\n\
 128 \  -outdir <dir>\n\
 129 \          name of the directory to generate output file to.\n\
 130 \  -srcdir <dir>\n\
 131 \          Base dir of the files to pack.\n\
 132 \  -srcfiles <files>\n\
 133 \          List of files in srcdir. If omitted, all files in srcdir (which\n\
 134 \          is a mandatory argument in this case) will be used.\n\
 135 \n
 136 MSG_Help_5=Options for signJar command include:\n\
 137 \  -keyStore <file>\n\
 138 \          Keystore filename.\n\
 139 \  -alias \n\
 140 \          Alias for the key.\n\
 141 \  -storePass\n\
 142 \          Password to check integrity of the keystore or unlock the keystore.\n\
 143 \  -keyPass\n\
 144 \          Password for recovering the key.\n\
 145 \  -storeType\n\
 146 \          Keystore type, the default value is "jks".\n\
 147 \  -outdir <dir>\n\
 148 \          name of the directory to generate output file(s) to.\n\
 149 \  -srcdir <dir>\n\
 150 \          Base dir of the files to signed.\n\
 151 \  -srcfiles <files>\n\
 152 \          List of files in srcdir. If omitted, all files in srcdir (which\n\
 153 \          is a mandatory argument in this case) will be signed.\n\
 154 \n
 155 MSG_Help_6=Options for makeAll command include:\n\
 156 \  -appclass <application class>\n\
 157 \          qualified name of the application class to be executed.\n\
 158 \  -preloader <preloader class>\n\
 159 \          qualified name of the preloader class to be executed.\n\
 160 \  -classpath <files>\n\
 161 \          list of dependent jar file names.\n\
 162 \  -name <name>\n\
 163 \          name of the application.\n\
 164 \  -width <width>\n\
 165 \          width of the application.\n\
 166 \  -height <height>\n\
 167 \          height of the application.\n\
 168 \  -v      enable verbose output.\n\
 169 \n
 170 MSG_Help_7=Sample usages:\n\
 171 --------------\n\
 172 javapackager -createjar -appclass package.ClassName  \n\
 173 \  -srcdir classes -outdir out -outfile outjar -v\n\
 174 \          Packages the content of the classes directory to outjar.jar,\n\
 175 \          sets the application class to package.ClassName.\n\
 176 javapackager -deploy -outdir outdir -outfile outfile -width 34 -height 43 \n\
 177 \  -name AppName -appclass package.ClassName -v -srcdir compiled\n\
 178 \          Generates outfile.jnlp and corresponding outfile.html files in \n\
 179 \          outdir for aplication AppName that is started by package.ClassName\n\
 180 \          class and has dimensions of 34x43.
 181 
 182 
 183 ERR_UnknownArgument=Error: Unknown argument: {0}
 184 ERR_UnknownCommand=Error: Unknown command: {0}
 185 ERR_BSSConversionFailed=Error: Conversion of CSS file to binary form failed for file: {0}, reason: {1}
 186 ERR_UnknownReason=Unknown reason
 187 ERR_MissingArgument=Error: Missing argument: {0}
 188 ERR_IllegalCSSFile=Error: -cssfile argument must be a readable file
 189 ERR_EmbedingLauncher=Error: Missing embedded resource [{0}]
 190 ERR_ContradictorySetting=Error: Ant script manifest argument ''{0}'' contradicts Ant script data type settings.
 191 ERR_CreatingDirFailed=Error: Failed to create directory {0}
 192 ERR_CreatingFileFailed=Error: Failed to create file {0}
 193 ERR_CreatingTempFileFailed=Error: Failed to create temporary file
 194 ERR_CreatingJarFailed=Error: Failed to create jar file {0}
 195 ERR_FileCopyFailed=Error: Failed copy file to directory {0}
 196 ERR_FileReadFailed=Error: Failed reading file {0}
 197 ERR_CantFindRuntime=Error: jfxrt.jar needs to be on classpath for -createbss and for -createJar without -nocss2bin
 198 ERR_CantDeleteFile=Error: File {0} could not be deleted.
 199 ERR_MissingDirectory=Missing directory {0}
 200 ERR_InvalidDirectory=Invalid directory {0}
 201 ERR_EmptySourceDirectory=Empty source directory {0}
 202 ERR_MissingJavaHome=Error: Java home directory is not known.
 203 ERR_MissingJavaFxHome=Error: JavaFx home directory is not known.
 204 ERR_JavacFailed=Error: javac execution failed, exit code: {0}
 205 ERR_MakeAllJavacFailed=Error: compilation of java sources failed
 206 ERR_DeployFailed=Error: deploy failed
 207 ERR_InvalidStoreFile=Error: Invalid keystore file: {0}
 208 ERR_SignFailed=Error: Signing failed
 209 ERR_MissingAppResources=Error: No application jars found
 210 ERR_NoEmbeddedDT=Error: -includedt requires the java deployment toolkit, which is not included in this distribution
 211 
 212 MSG_UpdatingJar=Updating jar file\: {0}
 213 MSG_NoJREPackaged=Package is configured to ship without a JRE.
 214 MSG_UserProvidedJRE=Using base JDK at\: {0}
 215 MSG_UseSystemJRE=No base JDK. Package will use system JRE.
 216 MSG_BundlerFailed=Error: Bundler "{1}" ({0}) failed to produce a bundle.
 217 MSG_BundlerPlatformException=Bundler {0} skipped because the bundler does not support bundling on this platform.
 218 MSG_BundlerConfigException=Bundler {0} skipped because of a configuration problem\: {1}  \n\
 219 Advice to fix\: {2}
 220 MSG_BundlerConfigExceptionNoAdvice=Bundler {0} skipped because of a configuration problem\: {1}
 221 MSG_BundlerRuntimeException=Bundler {0} failed because of {1}
 222 MSG_JarNoSelfCopy=Skip jar copy to itself\: {0}
 223 MSG_EnterKeystorePassword=Enter Passphrase for keystore:
 224 MSG_EnterKeyPassword=Enter key password for %s: