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How can I change the icon of a Jar File??

I am using Apache ANT script for building Jar Files
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Its OS dependent, for example in Windows you can just change the icon used to diusplay *all* .jar files.
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Alternatvly, youd have to pacakge it up in an exe file (for windows). So you would have an exe file with an icon assigned - this would be your program start, which would simply start the execution of the jar file for you.
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see "Making Jar Files Double Clickable" here:
http://mindprod.com/jgloss/jar.html

shows how to specify jar icon in woindows
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As already stated this is os dependent. Here is a tool that will help you do it: http://www.angusj.com/resourcehacker/
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If you do need this feature consider a Executable wrapper such as Launch4J

http://launch4j.sourceforge.net/
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You need to change the icon in Manifest/JAD file.....there should an option to add an attribute in manifest or JAD file...you have to change the name of icon-image and you have to give the class path to the image you wanted to have....

Hope it helps.
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