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question about "help class" for mark

 
kevin chang
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hi mark
i have seen previous topic about your design.
i am writing "help" but could find a proper way.
i have seen your design like follows:
jar -cvfm server.jar c:\devexam\manifest\server\manifest.mf suncertify\db\*.class suncertify\help\*.class
jar -cvfm client.jar c:\devexam\manifest\client\manifest.mf suncertify\client\*.class suncertify\db\*.class suncertify\help\*.class

but i am still wondering about what help package
here is . Can u give me some suggestion?
 
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Basically I had only one class in this package called Documentation.
It is basically a JPanel with a JScrollPane to display the HTML page for help.
The constructor takes a string that is the hmtl filename for the file that has the help.
It was a small class only about 25 lines.
And if you changed my signature of the constructor, this class could have been used by any application. The added parameter would have been a window title string. Oh well. No biggie.
Mark
 
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hi mark,
is that to say this class just make a link to index.html of javadoc?
 
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What that means is that when I instantiate the class, I pass a path\filename to the constructor and it displays a JPanel with a JScrollPane in it that displays the .html page that I passed to its constructor.
So it's not really what I'd call a link. I think of a link as the blue underliney things on a web page.
Mark
 
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