New Deployment Option: jWrapper #47

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JamzTheMan commented May 4, 2016 edited
  • Several new gradle tasks created to support fat jar creation and
    jWrapper build
  • Sample gradle.properties.sample file showing properties needed to run
    jWrapper build
  • Updated MT Launcher to play nicely with jWrapper (mt.cfg moved to
    users .maptool/config directory to persist across upgrades)
  • New Icon created for Launcher
  • New Splash screen created for MapTool (also used for jWrapper
    installing splash)
  • SplashScreen class updated to support transparent background images
    and new coords for version #
  • New command line options for MapTool, debug, version, monitor,
    fullscreen, width, height, xpos, ypos. use -w=500 or -width=500 for
    instance to set MT frame width to 500. -fullscreen has no param.
  • New command line options for Launcher, skip_prompt or -s and
    force_prompt or -f to bypass or force the launcher to show. They
    override any setting in mt.cfg and are used by the Virtual apps in
    jWrapper.

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Jamz New Deployment Option: jWrapper
 - Several new gradle tasks created to support fat jar creation and
jWrapper build
 - Sample gradle.properties.sample file showing properties needed to run
jWrapper build
 - Updated MT Launcher to play nicely with jWrapper (mt.cfg moved to
users .maptool/config directory to persist across upgrades)
 - New Icon created for Launcher
 - New Splash screen created for MapTool (also used for jWrapper
installing splash)
 - SplashScreen class updated to support transparent background images
and new coords for version #
 - New command line options for MapTool, debug, version, monitor,
fullscreen, width, height, xpos, ypos. use -w=500 or -width=500 for
instance to set MT frame width to 500. -fullscreen has no param.
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@cwisniew cwisniew merged commit 6288dea into RPTools:1.4.1-dev-branch May 4, 2016
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