Re: Newbie - JAR question
Lee A. Wentzel wrote:
Just created a little Java application which converts degrees Celsius to
Fahrenheit. Uses Swing. So, if I have a lib folder with the swing.jar ..
What 'swing.jar' is that exactly? AFAIR there was a swing.jar
available from Sun for Java 1.1, as an add-on for the (then
experimental) Swing classes that were included in the J2SE
in Java 1.2.
my desktop it will run. I know there has got to be a way to include that
Folder or jar? Entire folders or directories of resources
can be included in Jar files, but it does not make sense
to include Jar files in that, since the Java standard
ClassLoader will not load resources inside Jar files that
are elready in Jar files. Instead, each Jar file needs to
be 'supplied to'/'specified on' the classpath of the
..in the actual Jar. I've copied it into it, but it still won't
run. In the META-INF folder in the Jar, I've modified the MANIFEST.MF to
read as follows.
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.
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