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Re: jar tool search utility...
I use the windows "Search" utility to search a directory (or my entire hard
drive) for a class within a jar file (or zip or war or whatever).
Just right click on the folder and choose "Search". Then put the class name
in the "Containing text" input. You may need to check "Advanced Options" and
then "Search slow files".
It's found the jars for me many, many times.
>From: Chris Graham <email@example.com>
>Subject: jar tool search utility...
>Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 15:00:18 -0500
>I can never remember which JAR file has the class I need, and I always end
>up searching through all the classes inside the jar files until I find it.
>I was wondering if anyone knew if there was a way to lookup a class to see
>what jar file it was a part of...or some utility that would search all the
>jar files in a directory, and return the JAR file name that contains the
>class I'm looking for?
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