Updating files inside an existing jar file

Updating files inside an existing jar file

The t and f options can appear in either order, but there must not be any space between them. You can optionally add the verbose option, v, to produce additional information about file sizes and last-modified dates in the output. See the section on Understanding the Manifest for information about special headers. The text file from which you are creating the manifest must end with a new line or carriage return. Any files already in the archive having the same pathname as a file being added will be overwritten.

The m and f options mustYou can optionally addSee the section on Understanding

To modify the manifest, you must first prepare a text file containing the information you wish to add to the manifest. All pathnames are displayed with forward slashes, regardless of the platform or operating system you're using. This section describes the m option. You would first prepare a text file containing the headers that you wish to add to the default manifest.

The t and f options

The remaining sections of this lesson demonstrate specific modifications you may want to make to the manifest file. Examples Recall that TicTacToe. For more information, see the Understanding the Default Manifest section.

The last line will not be parsed properly if it does not end with a new line or carriage return. The m and f options must be in the same order as the corresponding arguments. You then use the Jar tool's m option to add the information in your file to the manifest.

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