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On Jun 28, 2016, at 2:53 PM, Tim Sutton <t...@synthist.net> wrote:Having had some time to build out CCP installers for 8 new app versions, I've found that makepkginfo/munkiimport crashes on importing an Illustrator CC 2015.3 installer. Further inspection needed as to what's different about that particular package.Some other items on the TODO list (any thoughts on these welcome):- calculate installed_size- generate better version numbers and display names if a single product is present in a package- consider generating installs apps for the actual app bundles when possible, instead of figuring out Adobe's "receipt" xml files in /L/Application Support/PCF, which function similarly to the RIBS installers' Uninstall.db filesIt would also be nice to generate a payloads array as previous Adobe CS/CC installers did, although this seems less critical as 1) they aren't used for the uninstallation, and 2) the install times are an order of magnitude faster (2 minutes to install four large apps in a VM after Munki had cached the installers), so having progress info throughout the install seems less relevant (as long as Munki properly reports success or failure, which it seems to so far in my limited testing).
On Sep 9, 2016, at 9:14 AM, Martinus Verburg <mart.v...@me.com> wrote:Just did a basic test with the august 12 build where the hyperdrive branch was merged. It installs and runs the imported CCP package fine on a test client running 10.10.5 with an older munki from august last year. Not sure if I should update the munkitools on the client Macs as well?
I tested a CCP package with the Design&Web apps. I also switched on the Elevated Privileges for the Creative Cloud desktop app, which appears to work to install extra apps for non-admin users. When I tested it the first time around with a CCP package with only the CC desktop app in it, the serialization didn't work though. I'm wondering whether this might eliminate the need for aamporter - you think?
I'm not sure what the consequence of the missing installs metadata for Acrobat DC and others is, but this did install OK in my basic test.
On Sep 27, 2016, at 7:15 AM, Tim Sutton <t...@synthist.net> wrote:Yesterday I downloaded an "All Apps" CC package from the AE Dashboard, which contains a mix of RIBS and HD installers, as well as the Acrobat Pro DC package.I imported it into Munki with no modifications to the pkginfo, which had nearly 20 installs items generated, and had it install on a test client with no previous Adobe installations. It installed all the items and reported progress along the way. The only issue was that it enumerated 389 payloads to install and completed once it had counted 73, but payload "counting" has been somewhat off for a while and probably not trivial to fix..