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submission question : directory structure

 
Gennady Shapiro
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the FBN spec. states:"Full source and object code, including new classes, modified versions of supplied classes, and copies of supplied classes that were not modified. These should be in an appropriate directory structure along with the classfiles."
can anyone decypher that?
Object code is classfiles, unless I am going crazy.
would something like this be appropriate?
<PRE>
root|
- suncertify.jar // classes only
|
-source-|
- package1
- pacage2
</PRE>
Thanks
[This message has been edited by Gennady Shapiro (edited November 26, 2001).]
 
Mark Spritzler
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I had interpreted it as using the same directory structure that you are currently using to develop from your base. For instance, my main directory was called c:\devexam from there, my source code was in directories /suncertify/db, /suncertify/client, and /suncertify/help
In those directories are the .java files and all the html files that Javadoc created. In the c:\devexam directory I have two jar files server.jar and client.jar, both are executable jars. Alos in that directory are the other html pages created by javadoc.
In the jar's are all the .class files needed for running the app.
I also had a c:\devexam\images directory that had .jpg for the help html documents that I created.
Hope this sheds some light for you
Mark
 
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