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John Landon
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Hello,
I found the package:
org.apache.harmony.x.print

how do I import it?
Where do I get the jar from?

Thanks.
 
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and you mean to say this did not work?

apache harmony
 
John Landon
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Where are the jars?
 
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Probably in the download, which -using the link Sam posted- should be easy to find.
 
John Landon
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Tim Moores wrote:Probably in the download, which -using the link Sam posted- should be easy to find.


I did download everything. But how do I import it? And I do not see the classes for the printing that I am looking for
 
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Add it to your classpath with the -cp option.
 
John Landon
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Add it to your classpath with the -cp option.


I just want to import it into intellij
 
Tim Moores
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You can use "jar -tf myJarFile.jar" to examine what's in a jar file.

I've never met anyone who's used Harmony, so based on that it could be difficult to find in-depth knowledge. That class, after all, is an implementation class, not an API class.

Once it's in your classpath you can import it like any other class; you've apparently found javadocs or some other form of documentation on how to use it?
 
John Landon
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Tim Moores wrote:You can use "jar -tf myJarFile.jar" to examine what's in a jar file.

I've never met anyone who's used Harmony, so based on that it could be difficult to find in-depth knowledge. That class, after all, is an implementation class, not an API class.

Once it's in your classpath you can import it like any other class; you've apparently found javadocs or some other form of documentation on how to use it?


OMG. I can use winzip for looking into a jar file. That is not what i need.
My questions is WHERE is this package? Where is this jar or class files?
 
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Well, the source files to that package are part of the Harmony source download, so if you've examined all the jar files in the Harmony binary installation and come up empty, then I'm out of ideas.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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