BUILD-JAR-REPOSITORY

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: March 2006
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NAME

build-jar-repository - create a symbolic link to a JAR  

SYNOPSIS

build-jar-repository [OPTION]... DIRECTORY... JAR  

DESCRIPTION

Build a JAR repository in the named directory by copying files or creating symbolic links  

OPTIONS

If no option is specified the default action will be to create symbolic links

-c, --copy
copy files
-h, --hard
create hard links
-p, --preserve-naming
try to preserve the names of the original JAR files (in case of a nested hit the slashes in the path will still be replaced by underscores)

using this option makes any future automated repository rebuild impossible, and implies -c unless specified otherwise

-s, --soft, --symbolic
create symbolic links (default)
--help

display help text
 

EXAMPLES

build-jar-repository . jndi
will create a symbolic link to the JNDI JAR in the current working directory
build-jar-repository -h /tmp oro
will create a hard link to the ORO JAR in /tmp
 

AUTHOR

Written by Nicholas Mailhot and David Walluck  

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs using JPackage Bugzilla (http://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/)


 

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NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
EXAMPLES
AUTHOR
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