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#Actualwarnexus

Posted 12 February 2013 - 10:40 PM

So I have been working on my game for a little over a month. Even with college, I spend as much time as I can on the game to be bug-free as possible and make sure it is important it has the right mechanics of that particular genre.

 

Now I want to share it with people and make sure they can play it by clicking the jar file instead of the MS DOS batch file I created. This would mean the src folder will not be given along side with the Java jar file. 

 

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I know for certain it is possible seeing as I have downloaded and use other people jar files and their jar files do not come out a src folder or a batch file. How did they do it?


#3warnexus

Posted 12 February 2013 - 10:34 PM

So I have been working on my game for a little over a month. Even with college, I spend as much time as I can on the game to be bug-free as possible and make sure it is important it has the right mechanics of that particular genre.

 

Now I want to share it with people and make sure they can play it by clicking the jar file instead of the MS DOS batch file I created. What steps will be needed?

 

directory_zps0692df20.png

 

I know for certain it is possible seeing as I have downloaded and use other people jar files and their jar files do not come out a src folder or a batch file. How did they do it?


#2warnexus

Posted 12 February 2013 - 10:33 PM

So I have been working on my game for a little over a month. Even with college, I spend as much time as I can on the game to be bug-free as possible and make sure it is important it has the right mechanics of that particular genre.

 

Now I want to share it with people and make sure they can play it by clicking the jar file instead of the MS DOS batch file I created. What steps will be needed?

 

directory_zps0692df20.png

 

I know for certain it is possible seeing as I have downloaded other people jar files and their jar files do not come out a src folder or a batch file. How did they do it?


#1warnexus

Posted 12 February 2013 - 10:32 PM

So I have been working on my game for a little over a month. Even with college, I spend as much time as I can on the game to be bug-free as possible and make sure it is important it has the right mechanics of that particular genre.

 

Now I want to share it with people and make sure they can play it by clicking the jar file instead of the MS DOS batch file I created. What steps will be needed?

 

 

 

I know for certain it is possible seeing as I have downloaded other people jar files and they can execute just by clicking the jar file.


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