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Hi to all,

I have working in all documents required for SCJ..... and have the next sizes :

Javadoc : 1.53Mb
choices: 25k (about 450 lines)
userguide :5k (about 100 lines)
version : 1k jeje,

I am in close in any values or all is relative?

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I had similar values

 
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Already I have create the submission.jar that contains the next

+code
++suncertify
+++my project packages

+docs
++javadoc
+++my javadoc for each package
+-choices.txt
+-userguide.txt

-version.txt
-db-1x1.db
-runme.jar



for run the application only is needed the next line commands:
(stand alone mode) >runme.jar alone
(server mode) >runme.jar server
(remote mode) >runme.jar

I need any more, or correct ?

Regards!
 
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don't you have to include the instructions anymore?
 
John Oconnor
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Roel De Nijs wrote:don't you have to include the instructions anymore?



sorry but I do not understand, the instructions?

... in my assigments say the next :
• A directory called docs, containing the following items at the top level:
- These instructions.
- A subdirectory called javadoc, containing HTML/Javadoc documentation for all classes and interfaces you are submitting.
- A file called choices.txt that containing pure ASCII (not a word processor format) text describing the significant design choices you made.

Ok , so I need add in docs, my assignment, but who name the file? instructions.html?

 
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Before there used to be a file named instructions.html, however now its on the web, so you should just rename those instructions to instruction.html and include them. I have also included txt copy as far as I remember, just in case.
 
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Ok, so I add to my assignment.jar my instructions in a instruction.html and instruction.txt file

is ok?
 
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Yes. And both of them have to be inside docs folder.
 
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Elchin Asgarli wrote:Yes. And both of them have to be inside docs folder.



Ok added in docs folder!
Thanks....
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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