I have a system which consists of various projects in WSAD. The projects are all "Java Projects" and they make up a single application. Just to clarify there is no J2EE involved in this.
I want to create a JAR file, to distribute to my users, which is the project. The JAR must contain MOST of the classes from my projects, but not all classes and files. I can create a JAR file with the export option, but then I have to manually specify which files I want to include. Since there are numerous projects, which are quite large, this becomes a timely process.
Is there any alternative to doing this manual select? I want to start doing daily builds and this slow manual process is not at all productive. Surely there must be some way to state that my application consists of files X, Y and Z, but not file FOO. Do I need to create some other thing (a project?) which states which files should be included in the jar? Am I approaching this all wrong?
If anyone can shed any light on this issue, it would really be appreciated.