Packaging A Robot To A Jar from the Command Line?

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It's definitely possible, but I haven't done it, besides manually unzipping / editing / rezipping sometimes. I think Beaming does it with normal development tho so maybe he can comment on his setup.

It is just a normal JAR with your class files + the .properties file. So whatever means you have of creating a JAR should work.

Voidious (talk)23:26, 3 December 2013

It's definitely possible, but I haven't done it, besides manually unzipping / editing / rezipping sometimes. I think Beaming does it with normal development tho so maybe he can comment on his setup.

It is just a normal JAR with your class files + the .properties file. So whatever means you have of creating a JAR should work.

Tmservo (talk)23:35, 3 December 2013

It's definitely possible, but I haven't done it, besides manually unzipping / editing / rezipping sometimes. I think Beaming does it with normal development tho so maybe he can comment on his setup.

It is just a normal JAR with your class files + the .properties file. So whatever means you have of creating a JAR should work.

Voidious (talk)23:51, 3 December 2013

It's definitely possible, but I haven't done it, besides manually unzipping / editing / rezipping sometimes. I think Beaming does it with normal development tho so maybe he can comment on his setup.

It is just a normal JAR with your class files + the .properties file. So whatever means you have of creating a JAR should work.

Tmservo (talk)00:27, 4 December 2013
 
 

It's definitely possible, but I haven't done it, besides manually unzipping / editing / rezipping sometimes. I think Beaming does it with normal development tho so maybe he can comment on his setup.

It is just a normal JAR with your class files + the .properties file. So whatever means you have of creating a JAR should work.

Chase01:36, 4 December 2013
 
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