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Download install4j 9.0.5

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What's new in this version:

New:
- Added a JDK provider for Adoptium. This is now the default JDK provider
- Added an option to collect file association actions for macOS installer media files at compile-time on the "Executable info->macOS options" step of the launcher wizard. This is required on the ARM architecture where the Info.plist file cannot be modified after the installation. This will become the default behavior in install4j 10.

Fixed:
- Regression in 9.0.3: Leading or trailing spaces in the default launcher arguments produced empty arguments
- Regression in 9.0: Blocking in-process launcher integrations did not set the Look and Feel anymore
- Regression in 9.0: The "Insert variables" action in editors did not work in contexts where i18n messages are not supported
- Regression in 9.0: If no JRE bundle and no maximum Java version was configured, the minimum Java version was incorrectly used as the maximum version
- Regression in 9.0: Windows installers did not work with IBM 9+ JREs
- "Load a response file" and "Create a response file" actions: The variable selection in the edit dialog of properties for excluded variables inserted the replacement syntax instead of the variable names
- "Create a file association" action: Compiler variables were not supported in the "Icon file for macOS" property
- Empty directories in the distribution tree with an uninstall policy "Never" were deleted by the uninstaller
- Fixed a StackOverflowException in the communication with the elevated helper process
- macOS: The configured native library directories had no effect for command line launchers
- macOS: JAR files with an & in their file name did not work
- MSI installers: Temporary files were not always deleted
- MSI installers: Starting an already installed per-machine installation again did not work as expected
- RPM archives: Signed RPMs were considered source packages by older RPM releases

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