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Hi everyone.
Could you help me about these upload-questions?
1)Can I make a src.jar with all the source code of my assignment (or I must supply a directory src\ in my main jar)?
2) My README file must contains a short description of all the .java contained in the src.jar or src directory? (I don't believe, because they are documented in the supplied javadoc)
Thanks.
 
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1. I had a client.jar and a server.jar, Peter had client.jar, db.jar and server.jar. these contained the classes and source code, then take these jars and jar it into one main submission jar.
2. Yes you should list all the files in the readme.txt.
Mark
 
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