Schnoor.Jonas at scheidt-bachmann-st.de
Mon Dec 16 15:05:24 UTC 2019
Notice the different naming: jpackage*r* vs. jpackage (without the trailing *r*).
The primary purpose of JPackage*r* seems to be to package JavaFX (read: GUI) applications and AFAIK is a backport by GluonHQ of an EA version of JPackage that probably did not yet have the --win-console option.
If you want to package a Windows console application you will have to use JPackage from JDK14 with the --win-console option.
Von: core-libs-dev [mailto:core-libs-dev-bounces at openjdk.java.net] Im Auftrag von Thomas Vatter
Gesendet: Montag, 16. Dezember 2019 15:44
An: core-libs-dev at openjdk.java.net
Betreff: Re: jpackager
I first read on
Then I was looking for the download and somewhere found the links
Since I'm on windows with OpenJDK11 installed I downloaded
and extracted it to the JDK bin directory.
Running it from the command line with the --version option gives
> jpackager.exe --version
--add-opens jdk.jlink/jdk.tools.jlink.internal.packager=jdk.packager -m
jdk.packager/jdk.packager.Main "--version"jpackager version 11
Am 16.12.2019 um 15:14 schrieb Andy Herrick:
> That was my initial reaction too, but I don't believe that is the
> problem here.
> The arguments to jpackage used indicate you are using an older early
> access version of jpackage.
> Can you try again using the jpackage in the latest JDK14 EA from
> https://jdk.java.net/14/ ?
> On 12/15/2019 8:46 PM, Scott Palmer wrote:
>> Welcome to Windows.
>> The .exe is a Windows app not a Console app. This is a distinction
>> that only Microsoft seemed to think was needed. All other platforms
>> are sane.
>> There is command line option to make a console app.
>>> On Dec 14, 2019, at 12:22 PM, Thomas Vatter <thomas_vatter at web.de>
>>> I've created a modular jar and jre image by jlink.
>>> I tested it with this command:
>>> PS C:\_dev\exebase\SimpleApp> .\jimage\bin\java.exe -m SimpleApp
>>> Dec 14, 2019 6:07:39 PM simpleapp.SimpleApp main
>>> INFO: SimpleApp says hello
>>> It says "SimpleApp says hello" in the powershell window.
>>> Then I packaged it by
>>> jpackager.exe create-image --input dist --output jp_out --name test01
>>> --icon icn\favicon.ico --runtime-image jimage --main-jar SimpleApp.jar
>>> This creates in the output folder a file structure with an exe file
>>> in it.
>>> When I execute the exe file fron the powershell there is no error
>>> message, but it doesn't say "SimpleApp says hello" any more.
>>> Is something wrong?
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