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A: Naughty application! But many are. Put your file into the
One-JAR archive (e.g.
config.properties), then add the following line to the
The first time you run the One-JAR archive, this file will be expanded. If you update the archive, it will be overwritten on the next expansion. The expansion mechanism can handle both files and folders.
A: Turn on diagnostics using
java -Done-jar.verbose=true -jar <one-jar.jar>
A: Look at the
JarClassLoader.java file which is distributed with the downloads.
It holds all the secrets.
A: The essential source code is in the distribution. The extended source code and a full Eclipse development
environment is located at the SourceForge CVS site with anonymous access (no password required):
This site contains a master Ant
build.xml file which can rebuild the distribution and perform extensive regression testing,
so if you want to submit a patch it is highly recommended that you (a) add a new test for the patch, and (b) run the existing tests.
A: Yes, the One-JAR license expressly permits this. The only requirement is that you must redistribute the copyright notice and disclaimer contained in the license. There are different ways you can satisfy this requirement, for example:
Our goal with this requirement is to (a) ensure that you tell your customers who created One-JAR, so that they can find out more about it and (b) make it clear to your customers that we are providing no warranty or support for the One-JAR code, either modified or unmodified.
A: Absolutely. Send patches and they will be integrated into future releases, and tested for regressions. Better still, become a contributor to the One-JAR community.
There will always be some issues with any software. If you find one please report it to the SourceForge Bug Tracker. Better still, fix it and submit a patch and it will get integrated into the next release.
Please submit new FAQ questions (and answers if you have them) to the SourceForge Discussion List. The growing One-JAR community is good at supporting itself. But please don't expect a real-time response: One-JAR really is Open-Source, you should be able to build and support yourself with ease. If you find yourself struggling, please contact us for professional support