In my Java-application I want to use packages because I have about 78 classes.
I want to devide them into 1 main package and 3 subpackages :
main : "ipstool" (which contains only the class with the main-method)
sub : "data", "exceptions" and "interface".
In every class of a certain package (all in one directory with the same name as the package..) I put
in front of the import-statements.
Also I put there the other packages of my application, f.e. :
I'm compiling from the directory that contains the "ipstool"-directory.
This doesn't compile however...
What am I doing wrong? Should I put something in the classpath or is it not necessary to import them as ipstool.exceptions.* but as exceptions.* or maybe something else ?
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