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JarBuilder is a useful tool for Java programmers which allows you to easily create jar files.





JarBuilder is a useful tool for Java programmers which allows you to easily create jar files. It is written in Java providing a nice Swing GUI.

Although JarBuilder isn't programmed as a classic wizard, java programmers are able to build their own jar files with JarBuilder in three steps: First you selected the files you want to include into the jar file, then you can load or write your manifest file. at least JarBuilder can do an automatic search for main classes for you and add the correct statement into the manifest file. finally you select the compression level of the jar file and then JarBuilder creates the file for you.

As a java developer you can build your jar files manually or with tools like ant. But if you have small projects JarBuilder can be much more faster than the other tools. For example, you don't have to write a manifest file just for the Main-Class statement.


Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.5 or later


JarBuilder is written in Java and should run on every java supported platform. Just unzip your downloaded archive and start the JarBuilder.jar file either by double clicking on the symbol (on some platforms) or by entering the following command:

java -jar JarBuilder.jar

Note: for the kunststoff look & feel support, the kunststoff.jar file must be in the same directory as the JarBuilder.jar file.

What's New in This Release:

new version numeration
new class VarUtils for some various methods and constants
new class JBMenu that creates the menu
new class JBCore for the main operations
replaced deprecated methods
new classes for the various JPanels
JSlider for exact compression rate setting
new interfaces for the menu and button event handling
new method for file path string resizing
the whole source is now in the package ch.fulgur.jarbuilder
ant build.xml file
some bugs removed
Last updated on May 27th, 2008
JarBuilder - screenshot #1

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