Java Class Finder

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Simple but powerful tool for finding java class files on the filesystem, recursively looking into directories and archives. Useful for fixing "class not found" errors and setting the CLASSPATH properly.

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Object Oriented

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  • oid-3527650
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    It works like a charm! One small problem is -- i cannot start it if working remotely (e.g. via SSH without X-forwarding). Wrapping "jGui = new JFindGUI();" inside a try-catch (or some smarted detection of headless jvm) and falling back to non-GUI version would probably help in such cases.

    Posted 08/30/2011
  • oid-2927156
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    1.2 worked great after I made two changes to JFind.java. The biggest problem (which kept it from working at all) was removing the toLowerCase() in line 201 (maybe that worked in Windows - but not on my Mac). The second problem was some hidden files are being treated as a directory, throwing an null pointer exception. was fixed by changing line 97 from: for (int i = 0; i < contents.length; i++) to: for (int i = 0; contents != null && i < contents.length; i++) If anyone needs a binary just email me scott at mcintoshes dot com

    Posted 05/21/2010
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Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Command-line, Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2004-07-15
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