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code directory question

 
Bodenstab Oliver
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Hello,

my question is:

What has to be in the code directory?
Of course, there must be all .java files. But should there also be the package.html and the .gif files?

Please help

Oliver
 
Christian P�cher
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I guess with those gifs and html you are referring to your javadoc documentation. Well, my assignment says I should put it into a directory called docs/javadoc/. Take a look into your assignment, it is the safest source of wisdom for you. :-)

Good Luck, Chris
 
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Hello,

the gif files are used in my dialogs for the toolbar, not for javadoc!

Please let me know, whether they have to be in the code directory or not

Oliver
 
Christian P�cher
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I guess .gif files go into code/ because they belong to "source code and related parts". Just make sure you can load your .gifs from an executable .jar as well as from the filesystem.
 
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Thank you Christian
 
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