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How to .jar class files?

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I know it and I did it but can't find my .jar !!!!

I am at the directory /home/esam/dev  and under this I have the class files at directories say: a/b/c/*/*

I .jar the files as: (from /home/esam/dev)

jar cvf myjar.jar a/b/c/*/*  

Now where is my myjar.jar ???

Which directory???

_Esam
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In dev
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I don't see it !!!
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What was the exact command you used (including the command line)?
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jar cvf myjar.jar com/a/b/c/*/*

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(including the command prompt)

that should have said sorry
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(including the command prompt) ????

/home/esam/dev> jar cvf myjar.jar com/a/b/c/*/*                        



_Esam...
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OK. Please post the output of

/home/esam/dev>ls -l m*
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m* not found !!
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What *is* in there then?

/home/esam/dev>ls -l
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Hmm...  strange...

I see it now...

I see it with ls now...

How can I verify that the jar indeed has all the files ? (how to inspect it :)

_Esam...
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/home/esam/dev> jar tf myjar.jar
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what is ths META-INF doing here ??
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That's put in by jar automatically
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:-)
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