Re: How to add jdom library into my jar file in eclipse

"Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe>
Fri, 06 Jul 2007 07:37:44 GMT
JTL.zheng wrote:

I have used jdom in my codes ...

This one? <> I must add the jdom library into my jar file ...

Must you? Is that what the JDOM documentation
says? That sounds very unusual.

Usually a library/API is distributed as .jar files,
and the way to use them is to ensure that they
are available on the application's *classpath* at
compile and (for deployment) runtime.

There are a number of ways to do that, for
deployment. One is to put the other jar's in
a path 'known to the application jar' (same
directory is easiest) and specify them in the
main jar's manifest file. Another way that I
have more experience with, is to deploy using
web start, and simply list the other jar's as
resources in the JNLP launch file.


how can I jdom library into my jar file in eclipse?

I don't provide support for eclipse. You
might try the eclipse forums, for that.

Andrew Thompson

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