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Jar Making Tool Gui

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I'm looking for an application which will create a Jar file without having to do this via command line....like a GUI.
Any ideas?

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I know alot of the larger IDE's have this such as JBuilder, NetBeans, Eclipse (I think) etc but I'm only using a small application for my development.
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How bout www.filzip.com ??

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I'd prefer a program that uses the jar tool that comes with the Java SDK
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ant's a command line tool but it makes it very simple.

eg.
ant jar
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Sounds like its worth taking a look :)
I've heard about it but never understood what it was really used for.

Where can I get some more info? Such as a basic tutorial, where to download etc...

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> I'm looking for an application which will create a Jar file without having to do this via command line.

Hello Friend;

I think this is what your looking for :
http://javaboutique.internet.com/JarWizard/index.html

Hope that helps . . .
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Thanks again Objects and Javatm :)

Cheers

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http://javatm.4t.com

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