Hi Michael, Yes, this is correct. It is a three step process as you outlined it below.
Thanks, Alexander On Jun 7, 2022, at 12:00 AM, Michael Hall <mik3h...@gmail.com<mailto:mik3h...@gmail.com>> wrote: Alexander, I had an existing local GitHub repo for the jdk I updated that appeared to accept the parameters you indicated. It generated a jdk 19. If you are saying I’m not getting the main branch or the update for some reason has dependencies I’m not getting I would have to determine how to correctly get these, or, I guess wait for a release that has all the necessary. Determining if this worked as expected before a release seemed like it would be a good idea. Yes, the point of my original suggestion was to allow generating the application unsigned, then do post-processing - like modify the default Info.plist, and finally separately sign. I thought your change provided the means to do this by first generating an unsigned image using —type app-image, then on a separate invocation indicate the app-image and sign and package it. ./build/*/images/jdk/bin/jpackage --type app-image --app-image If I follow you now it isn’t a two step but a three step process. 1) Generate unsigned application and do post-processing. 2) Sign modified app-image 3) DMG or PKG the modified and signed app-image Is this correct? Thanks, Mike