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jar jar links help

 
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For those who don't know this jar is a tool for mapping jar dependencies and for jar packaging. I'm new to this tool and ant. I think you can use the command line instead of using ant. Does anyone know?

Can anyone help me out or point me to a good tutorial?

-thanks
 
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Jar Tutorial
This is good website for JAR tutorials

Hope this helps ...
 
maiku fuko
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I know what a jar is but thanks for the effort. I am asking about specific jar and how to use it. If no one knows that's OK I'll try somewhere else.

-thanks
 
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First of all your question is not very clear as to what you asking for and people try to make good sense out of the question and tries to answer. If that is not what you expect, you can rephrase the question to make it clear or as you mentioned, you can try somewhere else too.
 
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Here you go: s/b/l/.
[ August 20, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
maiku fuko
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The jar file named "jarjar-1.0rc3.jar" also known as jar jar links (which is a bad pun) is a tool for mapping how different jars depend on each other and repackaging them to isolate dependencies. I am checking elsewhere and here for any information. If you've never heard of it before don't worry about it.

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He didn't say that he didn't understand my question, otherwise I would have rephrased it. But instead I got not one but two pointless links. Don't waste our time. I would have rather got nothing than people shooting in the dark and then wondering why I didn't like the answer.
I know you couldn't have possible thought those links would have helped. So who is being childish here?
[ August 21, 2008: Message edited by: maiku fuko ]
 
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Sorry about that. I googled and found this, but I am not convinced it will help you a lot. Try the getting started page, but it seems likely you need an Ant file first.
 
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