On Jun 15, 2014, at 11:32 AM, Tony Anecito <adanec...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Thanks Danno I figured there might be new arguments. And also thanks for 
> working on making it easier for all of us.
> I did notice that the pkg file created did not install into the applications 
> folder. How does one get it to do that? Is there a new argument for that also?

This is the “SystemWide” argument, which IIRC netbeans sets to false by 
default, this is NetBeans doing and not the packager.  I still don’t understand 
why they invert that default.  And it’s a pain to configure.

On your project, RMC and select properties.  Go to build/deployment and turn on 
the advanced JavaFX properties.  There is a scary dialog about changing the 
project files format.  Save a backup first.

Now it re-loads the project.  Go to the same dialog and about 2/3 of the way 
down is a checkbox “Install Permanently,” check it.

If you use the CLI or the Ant files w/o NetBeans help it is set to system wide 
by default, it is the JavaFX project (which makes sensible decisions for a 
webstart-centric app) that makes things confusing.

> Thanks,
> -Tony 
> On Sunday, June 15, 2014 9:48 AM, Mike Hearn <m...@plan99.net> wrote:
> Does the new bundler still create DMGs as well?
>  <AppName>-<version>-MAS.pkg where the -MAS variant is for Mac App Store, 
> this will show up in next weeks build.
> Could I suggest -AppStore instead of -MAS, which is a rather opaque acronym. 

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