In the project requirement under packaging it says to create:
A directory called code, containing all the source code and related parts of your
project. You must create subdirectories within this to reflect your package structure and
distribute your source files within those directories.
I am wondering about reverse domain names for package names and how it is good practice to use them. I am not sure if the directory should be in a reverse domain name directory or not.
Should the package name in this case be just or for example.
I think I will use the first with a note about reverse domain names in the choices.txt
In your submission jar your code directory will contain all the source code of your assignment project.
All your source code project is obviously organized in packages suncertify.db, suncertify.gui, etc. but the
packages naming convention you will adopt have nothing to do with the name of directory that will contain
your source code, since it is a MUST requirement the code directory.
I'd suggest if you have the Monkhouse book to take a look at the Denny's DVD source code tree and Chapter 9 Project
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