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I'm not so much interested in reading and writing stuff that only works on
NTFS or reading and writing Word documents (although that would be useful).
I was just hoping I could build things with nio that would emulate that kind
of functionality in a platform-neutral kind of way.
JAR files would be a partial solution. I could unpack and repack the files
upon application startup and shutdown (sort of like what Tomcat does with
WAR files). But it would be nice if I could keep the files in the JAR and
write to them while they are in there and not have to zip and unzip. I read
somewhere once that JDK 1.4 was going to be able to do this, but I don't see
it in the release notes, so it looks like it didn't make it into this
Maybe I should study MPEG as an example. Where's a good place to read about
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Horton" <email@example.com>
To: "AJUG" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2001 06:53
Subject: Re: nio
I was curious about this question so I surfed around the net. Here's
what I found.
- Re: nio
- From: Mark Horton <email@example.com>