Re: Linking Jars
On 12/04/2011 07:37 PM, Lew wrote:
Robert Klemme wrote:
Roedy Green wrote:
Roedy Green wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone who said
Are there any other options?
for example, is there something you can put in the main jar that
points to the second?
Exactly. And it would be my first choice.
I assume your point in using a 1.4 version of the docs is to indicate
how long this information has been documented in the standard
Actually it was a tad different: I just grabbed the first ref my
favorite search engine turned up - convinced that the classpath
attribute didn't change. :-)
Amazing what the documentation can reveal if one were *ACTUALLY TO
I do think one should link to current versions of the docs most of
the time, though. For example,
No matter how long you've been programming in Java, the tutorials are
valuable and for such elementary questions make a great starting
For the "main attributes" of the JAR manifest that you linked, that
current version seems to be
Also a good point of reference.
I encourage everyone to read the documentation.
Repeatedly. Reviewing the basics is necessary.
Today everybody seems to be in a rush all the time - no wonder that
software often turns bad... (Which just reminds me of a funny cartoon
of the great Gary Larson where veggies "turn bad" in the fridge - with a
pair of forks as weapons.) ;-)
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