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I was wondering if you are familiar with some of this installers?
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a installer generator in Java for Java creating single-jar lightweight installers. Depending on the operating system you can launch the installer with a double-click or a simple 'java -jar installer.jar' command on the shell; licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL); headed by Julien Ponge
http://vainstall.sourceforge.net | http://sourceforge.net/projects/vainstall
installer written in Java offering six formats for self-contained auto-install packages, that is, executable Java class, executable Java archive, Web Start XML startup script, Windows executable, Linux executable and Linux shell script; licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL); headed by Axel von Arnim, Desnoix Guillaume and others
Nullsoft Scriptable Install System (NSIS)
http://nsis.sourceforge.net | http://sourceforge.net/projects/nsis
a scriptable light-weight win32 installer/uninstaller system that rocks; NSIS 2 includes a new modern user interface, supports multiple languages and features an easy plugin system; licensed under a zlib-like license; headed by Justin Frankel
Java Service Wrapper
...umm.... what exactly is your question? Which one to use? This will depend on the target platform and a lot of other factors, so you'll have to add a bit more information. There is only one thing which can be said about installers in general: If the target PC has an internet connection, go for webstart.