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Pass Arguments to Package Maker Contents Install Destination from Command line (Termi


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I am using Mac 10.8 and latest version of Package Maker. My product destination path (Install Location) contains our Product version.
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 Eg. Test/1.1.0.1/Sample.
We have planned to automate the process. We will increase the build number in each automation. So I need to change the Version number in destination path in every automation. I am using below command to make the Packages using Terminal.
Code:
PackageMaker v d Test.pmdoc o TestSample.pkg
Is there any option to pass the version number from this argument? Shall we implement this using a preinstall script? Please provide same samples if any option from Preinstall Scripts, since I am new to shell scripts. Please help me to solve this issue.
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I got answer.Please Check here.
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