[mojosetup] MojoSetup and splash image
ojt at gexcon.com
Mon Nov 26 05:45:34 EST 2007
Great work and thanks for the feedback.
Tried the splash screen feature, but I'm unable to get it working in my own
installer. I'm able to get it working using the DN example.
As far as I can see there are no errors whatsoever in the config.lua file. I'm
using the same mojosetup executable (compiled with bmp support), and also use
the example image splash.bmp in both.
I've attached my config.lua.
On Saturday 24 November 2007 10:29, Ryan C. Gordon wrote:
> > 1) Splash screen support. Is there any? Tried having an image
> > data/splash.jpg, but doesn't work
> There is now, as of tonight, in svn revision #379:
> Quick HOWTO:
> - This is only implemented in the GTK UI for now...none of the others
> are graphic interfaces, so it wouldn't make sense to do anything with
> the stdio UI, of course. :) Splash images will fail silently; if they
> can't be displayed for any reason, they won't be, but the installer will
> - Build with MOJOSETUP_IMAGE_JPG (or BMP, PNG, a few others) for image
> decoding support. JPG and PNG are on by default currently. Each option
> adds a few kilobytes to the binary, so turn off the ones you don't need.
> These don't require any external dependency like libpng or libjpeg.
> - Put a "meta" directory at the same level as "scripts" and "data" and
> put your splash image file in there. The meta directory will be for odds
> and ends of installer support that don't fit elsewhere.
> - In your config.lua, make sure your Setup.Package has:
> splash = "splash.bmp",
> ...where "splash.bmp" is the file in the "meta" directory.
> - .jpg and .png decoders still seem buggy (64-bit issues?), so use .bmp
> for now, since it definitely works. Also, the GTK+ UI can display the
> splash on the top, bottom, left, or right of the window, but it's not
> hooked up in the installer itself yet, so it's always at the top.
> Eventually I'd like to add "background" to the position list, where it
> blends it subtly into the window and layers the UI widgets over it...but
> that's not hooked up at all, yet.
> - The duke3d example has been updated to show all this in action, so
> check it out if you have questions.
> > 2) Enabled MOJOSETUP_GUI_GTKPLUS2_STATIC. This should give me a separate
> > lib, right? I've got none. Defined MOJOSETUP_GUI_GTKPLUS2, and get a
> > mojosetup which is linked with a large number of system libs. I guess
> > this means trouble if these ar not installed.
> Enable MOJOSETUP_GUI_GTKPLUS2 to build the GTK+ target. the *_STATIC
> makes it compile it into the binary instead of a shared library. You
> almost certainly want it as a shared library, though...if a system
> doesn't have required and compatible GTK+ libraries, the shared library
> will fail to load and MojoSetup will cleanly fall back to another UI
> target...the same scenario with a static build will cause the installer
> to not start up at all. In most cases on Unix, the only UI target that
> should be static is the stdio UI, so it can be used when absolutely
> everything else fails with no question that it will be available. Other
> platforms, like Windows, can safely build their UIs as static, since the
> win32 API is always available on that platform...but on Linux, GTK+ may
> not be installed, or it may be binary incompatible, etc, so always make
> it shared.
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local function megabytes(num)
return num * 1024 * 1024
local function gigabytes(num)
return megabytes(num) * 1024
local _ = MojoSetup.translate
id = "flacs",
description = "FLACS Explosion Simulaton",
version = "9.0",
splash = "splash.bmp",
superuser = false,
description = _("FLACS License Agreement"),
source = _("FLASC-license.txt")
description = _("FLACS Readme File"),
source = _("README.txt"),
value = true,
required = true,
disabled = false,
bytes = megabytes(600),
description = "FLACS Base Installation",
source = "base:///flacs-v9.zip",
value = false,
required = false,
disabled = false,
bytes = 19384292,
description = "Downloadable extras",
source = "http://www.gexcon.com/extras/extras.zip",
-- end of config.lua ...
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