Under Mac OS Sierra 10.12.4, when I create an installer that requires Java 1.8, the installer fails with the following dialog:
However, Java 1.8 is installed on my machine and available.
BTW - There is a good chance that I installed Java 1.6.0_65 via https://support.apple.com/kb/dl1572?locale=en_US to get a legacy app to work.
izpack is using JavaApplicationStub, which I believe only supports Apple Java 1.6. A better solution is to use the universalJavaApplicationStub from https://github.com/tofi86/universalJavaApplicationStub
I've forked the izpack repo at https://github.com/cxbrooks/izpack and added support for universalJavaApplicationStub.
The changes were:
After making the above modifications, creating a new izpack installer and rebuilding my installer with
my installer finds Java 1.8 and works!
BTW - it looks like someone is using universalJavaApplicationStub with izpack to create Mac apps, see https://github.com/dtuma/processdash/blob/master/installer/install.xml
It could be that better supporting universalJavaApplicationStub would be a good thing.
Mac OS Sierra 10.12.4