Java Service Wrapper 3.5.17 for Windows x64

, by
Simon Krenger

An anonymous commenter noticed that there was a new version of the Tanuki Service Wrapper available. So I hereby present the latest version of the wrapper. Merry christmas to all of you!

As always, I don’t guarantee anything, so please note:

Use this package at your own risk, I provide no support or guarantee that this software works as advertised.

This software is provided "AS IS" and any expressed or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are disclaimed.

The following package includes the sources, the build log and all binary files for the Tanuki Java Service Wrapper 3.5.17 for Windows x64. To run the wrapper, the following three files from the archive are needed:

  • bin/wrapper.exe
  • lib/wrapper.dll
  • lib/wrapper.jar

For more information on the wrapper, please refer to the documentation provided by Tanuki Software.

Newer versions: Newer versions of the wrapper are available here.
Download: wrapper-windows-x86-64-3.5.17.zip

cse (January 2, 2013):

Many thanks for compiling and posting this version of wrapper !

Have an happy new year.

Christophe

Impee (February 25, 2013):

Thank you for nice work. It allows me to run this very nice software http://www.universalmediaserver.com/ as a service on my Win 7 64-bit machine with Java JRE 7 64-bit.

Keep up the good work!

Ian Lim (May 9, 2013):

Many thanks for compiling and posting this version of wrapper !

Anonymous (June 15, 2013):

Hi there, great work on your website! I would like to check if you are able to package the latest Tanuki Service Wrapper v3.5.19 to 64-bit. You can omit to skip v3.5.18 as it introduced a new bug and was replaced by v3.5.19 in 3 days after it was released.

Keep up the good work! I enjoyed your website very much, picked up many tips and tricks.

Simon Krenger (June 17, 2013):

Hello,
Thank you for your comment, I uploaded a new version (3.5.19) in another post, you find the link above.

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