Java Runtime Environment
How do I use the JRE with my compiled class files as a package for my users?
What exactly do I need?
Do I need to write any code just to get my code to work with the JRE?
Re: Java Runtime Environment
"Jorge" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>How do I use the JRE with my compiled class files as a package for my users?
>What exactly do I need?
>Do I need to write any code just to get my code to work with the JRE?
No, you don't need to write any code. If your user have an JDK or JRE already
you just need to send them your class files or jar package. They start the
java <class-name> or jre <class-name>. On Windows, you just double click
the jar if you
include the information of which function needs to be started (read sun's
docu about jar).
If they don't have an JRE installed you can supply them one but they still
install them before running your jars.
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