Updating file in jar
added manifest adding: net/(in = 0) (out= 0)(stored 0%) adding: net/codejava/(in = 0) (out= 0)(stored 0%) adding: net/codejava/swing/(in = 0) (out= 0)(stored 0%) adding: net/codejava/swing/File Type Filter.class(in = 1019) (out= 589)(deflated 42%) adding: net/codejava/swing/JFile Picker.class(in = 2369) (out= 1195)(deflated 49%) adding: net/codejava/swing/mail/(in = 0) (out= 0)(stored 0%) adding: net/codejava/swing/mail/Config Utility.class(in = 1689) (out= 907)(deflated 46%) adding: net/codejava/swing/mail/Email Utility.class(in = 2451) (out= 1210)(deflated 50%) adding: net/codejava/swing/mail/Swing Email Sender.class(in = 5695) (out= 2881)(deflated 49%) file (stand-alone desktop application) must have information about the application entry point (main class) defined in its manifest file.
Please write comments if you find anything incorrect, or you want to share more information about the topic discussed above.Even , Win Zip software can be used to used to extract the contents of a .So you can use them for tasks such as lossless data compression, archiving, decompression, and archive unpacking.Hi, Is there a module to update file content in jars using puppet module ?I'm hardening tomcat binaries based on owasp and would like to know if I have to use exec or some other module available ? As far as I know, There isn't any 'jar manipulation' modules on the forge. Do you have the full file that you want to replace in your module, or are you expecting to 'extract file from jar' -I think this holds true if the properties is directly within the first level of jar path.