Since I wanted to build a "clean" runme.jar file I removed the .classpath, .apt_generated and other files from the directory structure so that they would not be in the runme.jar file. However I discovered that when the .classpath file is not in the directory where I make the jar file, when I invoke ">runme.jar alone" (or any other command-line option) it can't find the entry point. Now I thought that the mainfest file took care of that is why I'm confused. Also am I being redundant with the -C classes and the manifest entry? Any help would be appreciated.
BTW I'm not using ant.
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Champ, please verify the structure of the file generated by the command you provided above. If everything is correct, then I think that things will work too if you remove the Class-Path: ./classes statement.