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package.html location & jar file size

 
Manish Kumar
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Hi,
I'm going to pack my assignment in the Jar file but I'm confused about the location of 'package.html' files.
Should I place them in the source directories?
And what should be the final size of jar file? Is there any limitation?

thanks & regards,
Manish Kumar
 
Pete Lyons
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Yes, your package.html files go in your source tree, and javadoc will see them there and incorporate them into your javadoc files. I don't think there's a limit on the file size. I would imagine 1-2 MB would be the most you would need if you used many many screenshots in your documentation. Mine was 691 KB, FYI.
 
Manish Kumar
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Thanks Pete,
and what about the 'resource' directory? my resource directory contains only gif & html. So should I also place them in the source tree or only with client.jar & server.jar will be sufficient?

regards,
Manish
 
James Du
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I have the same confusion as whether the package.html shoud go with the source files, SUN itself does not include any these files in its jdk sources. well if i dont include them, i am afraid of being accused of lack of integrity, for
you cant recreate the documentation without them.
How do you think, Mark Spritzler ?

James
 
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