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  1. Re: Can class definitions for a single package be spread across several JARs?

    Well, I will be careful not to duplicate a classname that's used in the "original" package. In any case I would immediately find this out when I tested the solution. If the original developer by...
  2. Re: Can class definitions for a single package be spread across several JARs?

    Well, I've been struggling to get everything in the right directories and everything named correctly, but I finally think I've found a way of making it work, and the answer seems to be that it works...
  3. Can class definitions for a single package be spread across several JARs?

    Can I put some class definitions for some extensions to a package in a different JAR file, without making it a different package?

    My reason for wanting to do this is that I'm trying to write some...
  4. Re: How do I generate a build number or datettimestamp that I can access in my app?

    I can't see why you should not do this in a batch file if you can remember all that arcane stuff from the 1980s about writing batch files. It always amazes me what can be achieved in a such a crude...
  5. Re: How do I generate a build number or datettimestamp that I can access in my app?

    Yes, that's what I have in mind to do, but unfortunately don't know enough about how NetBeans uses Ant, or about Ant itself, to know what script to write to do this, or where to write it. Can anyone...
  6. How do I generate a build number or datettimestamp that I can access in my app?

    I'm a beginner with Java. I'm using NetBeans to build my app. Can someone explain in simple terms how to automatically create either a build number (e.g. that's incremented every time I rebuild) or a...
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