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Project structure in code directory

David Kachen
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Joined: May 20, 2010
Posts: 42
Hi all,

My project has the following structure:

What structure would be in the code directory?

or

or it does not matter?

Best regards..
Roberto Perillo
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Well champ, you have to follow the format proposed by Sun in the interface given to you in the assignment. So the imgs package would stay inside the suncertify package (and just a tip, images are not required in this project).

Anyway, as soon as you are done with it, you can check the structure of your project using Roel's test case + Ant build script, to make sure everything's correct.


Cheers, Bob "John Lennon" Perillo
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David Kachen
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Joined: May 20, 2010
Posts: 42
Hi Roberto,

I use the format proposed by Sun in the interface.
I think you will understand me:


my runme.jar structure is:
imgs/
META-INF/
suncertify/

I think I'll make the code directory as runme.jar
 
 
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