Re: Newbie - JAR question
Lee A. Wentzel wrote:
On Thu, 30 Aug 2007 16:45:27 +0000, Andrew Thompson wrote:
So are we referring to 'swing.jar', or 'swing-layout-1.0.jar' or
something else entirely? Please do not 'paraphrase' names when posting
questions to groups, or you waste your time, and our bandwidth.
Sorry. Not "swing.jar" but rather "swing-layout-1.0.jar". I am getting
the examples from Sun's website. I'm just trying to understand the inner
workings. Of a JAR file.
If I look in the "swing-layout-1.0.jar" there are two directories. One
which is "META-INF" and the other is named "org". In the "org" directory
is the "jdesktop" directory. In it, is "layout", finally in "layout"
there are a whole bunch of files.
I have seen JAR files out there that don't require library folders or
other things that aren't already included in the initial JAR. That is
what I am hoping to figure out how to do. Thank you.
If your layout JAR is in the same directory as your custom JAR, the custom JAR
just has to specify the layout JAR in its manifest's Class-Path attribute.
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