How come you only have one executable jar? Didn't you use one for the client and one for the server, or are they distinguished at the command line?
The requirements for FBNS that you quoted was describing environmental setup.
If any environmental setup is required, do not just say what needs to be done; provide instructions on how to perform the setup.
I'm not sure if describing how to use the JAR tool goes under environmental setup. Won't hurt though to include it, i may well do so myself.
Also you say that if there is only one jar file then it doesn't need to be added to the class path. The instructions say that the program should run what ever directory it is installed in. If the jar file is located anywhere but the class path then the class path will need to point to it. Also, why does it make a difference whether there is one or two jar files?
For FBNS, do we have to support execution with the class files aswell as executable jar files?
My last question is this. Bearing in mind that i am setting the class path.. in windows 98 the class path can be set with:
But i'm using a different computer now to when i started, and in windows 2000 i understand it's set differently. Any one know how this is done? I thought i could avoid this by documenting (as was explicitly required) that i was using Windows 98. However, no one seems to be taking any chances so i don't think i will either!
Also, Andy, how long ago did you submit? You expecting your results soon?