You are incorrect. It means whatever directory you run the runme.jar file from...which doesn't have to be the directory where it's located (for example. if you have it in your CLASSPATH, you can run it from anywhere).
I wonder if I'm doing anything wrong. I created a sample JAR file, and set the directory which contains that JAR file in the classpath. I tried running the JAR file somewhere else, but it doesn't work. It's called "runme.jar", and I placed it in my root folder (C:\). I place "C:\" in the classpath, then I tried running the JAR file somewhere else with:
I did not see any musts regarding creating a new config file if it doesn't exist.
Did you guys read it like that? ...
Yes, I read the configuration and packaging requirements to require that the program must be able to start in its default mode using what is specified in the packaging, which does not include a properties file.
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