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« Posted 2004-07-12 02:52:20 »

is there a way to jar up jogl.jar and the jogl native library for a specific platform and jar all this up with your program and have one jar with everything in it to run? I just want to be able to give my jar to some friends so they can run the program without too much trouble. I assume you could do this and put the information in the manifest for the jar, but I'm having problems finding information on how to do this. I also understand that webstart would be a good way to avoid all this, but I was wondering if this is feasible.

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