Tags are used to associate a package with an intended application [or major version of application], so that when a user sets their preference for which application(s) they wish to see downloads for, they only see the downloads that are intended to work with the application(s) they choose. In some cases, one package is intended to be used with multiple applications and will be assigned multiple tags, while in other cases the intent can be for one package to be used for only one application and will be assigned a single tag.
The tags that are assigned to a package can be dynamic. As products are updated over time (i.e. a new version specific package becomes available and supersedes an older version), the tags that are assigned to them can sometimes change.
The tables below list all of the predefined tags that are currently supported by Install Manager:
The tags listed here are those that associate a given package with an application.
|Carrara (< 7)||CarraraLegacy|
|DAZ Studio 4.5+||DAZStudio4_5|
|DAZ Studio 4||DAZStudio4|
|DAZ Studio 3||DAZStudio3|
|DAZ Studio (< 3)||DAZStudioLegacy|
|DSON Importer for Poser||DSON_Poser|
|Poser (< 9)||PoserLegacy|
The tags listed here are those that describe how (and to some degree where) the contents of a given package is installed - “like software” or “like a plugin.” The lack of one of these tags on a package implies that its contents installs “like content” to the currently selected content install path. Note that the presence of one (or both) of these tags does preclude the package from also containing files that install “like content.”
The tags listed here are those that associate a given package with a particular platform and bit architecture. The lack of one of these tags on a package implies that its contents is not specific to a particular platform. Note that the presence or lack of one (or multiple) of these tags does preclude the package from containing files that only install on a given platform and/or given bit architecture.
The tags listed here are those that associate a given package with a particular release channel. The lack of one of these tags on a package implies that the package is associated with the General Release channel.
The tags listed here are those that are specific to the Daz Connect service.