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unjaring a .jar file?

Posted on 2003-11-27
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Hi everyone,

I know very little about java.

Could someone tell me how to unpack a .jar file into a folder? Like you would a zip file.

Many Thanks

eddy



 
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by:danBosh
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your standard winzip \ power archiver package will unpack it for you.

www.winzip.com 
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jar vxf the.jar
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jar -vxf jarfiel.jar

soz..missed the "-" (ehich you need on windows I believe)
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I like to use WinRAR to unpack *.jar, see if an applet archive is correct. :)

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by:CEHJ
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If this merely has java class files in it, of course, the answer is you *don't* unpack it - you use it as is ;-)
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Thanks for all your help guys.

I ended up using WINRAR which worked like a dream

Thanks again

Eddy
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"jar" comes with java...

oh well ;-)
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