Re: trivial third party jar dependancy
Mark Space wrote:
Are you just asking how to use an external jar? I didn't include a
third party jar, I just used your thufir.math.Calculations class to make
a "third party" file then ran it like I would if it were external:
$ java -cp "build2;dist/fibonacci.jar" thufir.sun.hello.HelloWorldApp
the fibonacci of 9 is: 34
$ ls build2/thufir/sun/hello/HelloWorldApp.class
$ ls dist/fibonacci.jar
$ jar -tf dist/fibonacci.jar
The OP may have been asking how to include library dependencies when executing
java with the "-jar" option, in which case it would ignore the -cp option.
For that scenario one would deploy the libraries with the application JAR and
include them in the application JAR's manifest's "Class-Path" attribute.
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