Re: Jama JAR file?
- Subject: Re: Jama JAR file?
- From: Frank Zapf <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2000 08:21:33 +0200
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- Organization: BENKE Instrument & Elektro GmbH
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Daniel Lyddy schrieb:
> I would like to add Jama as a required Library to my Borland JBuilder
> 3.5 Foundation setup, but I believe JBuilder is looking for JAR files.
> Is there a standard version of Jama rolled into a JAR, or do I have to
> do it myself?
I do it by myself and it works good. But you did not need a JAR-File to
ann a library to JBuilder. You can specify also the path to sources and
> PS Isn't it Standard to distribute java classes in a JAR instead of in a
> ZIP or GZ package?
IMHO the main purpose to use a JAR-File is to create runable
In the manifest file you can specify a class, which is started if the
JAR-File will be excecuted. The compressing algorithm is the same as
You can use your WinZip to extract class files from a JAR-File.
Frank Zapf - firstname.lastname@example.org
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