build/pkg-scriptsString - The scripts directory, relative to
build(build resources directory). The scripts can be in any language so long as the files are marked executable and have the appropriate shebang indicating the path to the interpreter. Scripts are required to be executable (
chmod +x file). See: Scripting in installer packages.
/ApplicationsString - The install location. Do not use it to create per-user package. Mostly never you will need to change this option.
/Applicationswould install it as expected into
/Applicationsif the local system domain is chosen, or into
$HOME/Applicationsif the home installation is chosen.
trueBoolean - Whether can be installed at the root of any volume, including non-system volumes. Otherwise, it cannot be installed at the root of a volume.
Corresponds to enable_anywhere.
trueBoolean - Whether can be installed into the current user’s home directory. A home directory installation is done as the current user (not as root), and it cannot write outside of the home directory. If the product cannot be installed in the user’s home directory and be not completely functional from user’s home directory.
Corresponds to enable_currentUserHome.
trueBoolean - Whether can be installed into the root directory. Should usually be
trueunless the product can be installed only to the user’s home directory.
Corresponds to enable_localSystem.
identityString - The name of certificate to use when signing. Consider using environment variables CSC_LINK or CSC_NAME instead of specifying this option.
licenseString - The path to EULA license file. Defaults to
eula.txt(or uppercase variants). In addition to
supported (don't forget to usetarget=”_blank”` for links).
trueBoolean - Install bundle over previous version if moved by user?
trueBoolean - Don’t install bundle if newer version on disk?
trueBoolean - Require identical bundle identifiers at install path?
upgrade“upgrade” | “update” - Specifies how an existing version of the bundle on disk should be handled when the version in the package is installed.
If you specify upgrade, the bundle in the package atomi-cally replaces any version on disk; this has the effect of deleting old paths that no longer exist in the new version of the bundle.
If you specify update, the bundle in the package overwrites the version on disk, and any files not contained in the package will be left intact; this is appropriate when you are delivering an update-only package.
Another effect of update is that the package bundle will not be installed at all if there is not already a version on disk; this allows a package to deliver an update for an app that the user might have deleted.