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Thread: Need a jar wrapper for Mac

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    Default Need a jar wrapper for Mac

    Hello guys,

    I have been looking for a java jar wrapper for Mac, but still no luck.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: Need a jar wrapper for Mac

    Define jar wrapper. Do you mean something to bundle it up into a native app looking application? The apple developer package used to come with something like this. Jarbundler can accomplish this as well (google the name for more info)

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    Default Re: Need a jar wrapper for Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by copeg View Post
    Define jar wrapper. Do you mean something to bundle it up into a native app looking application? The apple developer package used to come with something like this. Jarbundler can accomplish this as well (google the name for more info)
    Yes, it's exactly. Thank you very much!

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