Intended to simplify the process of installing Impact versions. Note that the installer is still very much unfinished, we would greatly appreciate bug reports and feature requests.
Dowload the latest Installer, run the download with Java (version 1.8 or higher), select the version and options you want to install and click
You can build the installer using the included gradle wrapper. Open a command prompt/terminal inside the installer directory and type
gradlew build on Windows or
./gradlew build on OSX or Linux.
The finished jar will end up under
build/libs/. You want the one that looks like
Setting up a development environment
You can set the installer up as a Gradle project in Intellij and other IDEs such as Eclipse.
In Intellij, choose "Import project", "Gradle project", select "Use included gradle wrapper" and continue.
Once the IDE opens the project, be sure to refresh the project, type
A, type "refresh" and select "Refresh all Gradle projects"*:
You probably want to be able to run the installer without having to build a jar and open it with Java. Intellij can run the project if you create a Run Configuration. Type
A, type "run config" and select "Edit configurations". Click the
+ icon and choose "Application". For "Main class", choose "Installer" and for "Use classpath of module" choose "installer.main". You probably want to name your run config something like "Run" or "Installer".
You can now run or debug the installer with
I have an issue, idea, question, patch
Please see Contributing