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I have a question about the deploy modality. In my specifications I have something like :
A directory called code, containing all the source code and related parts of your project. You must create subdirectories within this to reflect your package structure and distribute your source files within those directories.
Besides the source codes my project uses : 1.properties files for internationalizations 2.some icons 3.some HTML files for the online help
This are not source files, but according with the specification I must pack them in the code directory ?
I just got the results from my submission (passed). Making sure that these documents were in the correct locations was actually my greatest paranoia (didn't want an automatic failure for something this basic). I had B&S, but my format was:
code----suncertify----communications ----db ----GUI ----misc docs----javadoc----javadoc html files ----choices.txt ----instructions.html (this was provided by Sun) ----userguide.txt database file (this was provided by Sun) runme.jar suncertify.properties version.txt
Sorry, my previous post of this stripped-out some stuff that made it more readable. Hopefully this will make more sense: code----suncertify----communications code----suncertify----db code----suncertify----GUI code----suncertify----misc docs----javadoc----javadoc html files docs----choices.txt docs----instructions.html (this was provided by Sun) docs----userguide.txt database file (this was provided by Sun) runme.jar suncertify.properties version.txt
but I still have one question question regarding the code directory. It contains only java sources or it contains also other "related parts" (like some icon files or the online help) ? Rob do you have a package called "suncertify.GUI"