A JAR file is just an ordinary ZIP file that includes a META-INF/MANIFEST.MF file in it. So you can list what's in a JAR using any ZIP utility. Or use the "tv" option on the "jar" utility that comes with the JDK.
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I wasn't specific enough, sorry for that.
I meant I want to list resources at runtime, on a mobile phone. As far as I can see MIDP doesn't support any Zip/JarInputStream. With the Java classloaders, you know that a Class belongs to a package after you load it, which makes it impossible to list all classes in a package. As resource loading use classloaders, I guess there is the same issue, but maybe there exists some way to do that?