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"Invoking JDK Tools at Runtime"
Vol. 2, Issue 6, p. 41

	

Listing 1

// This method can be called to compile the .Java file with the given
filename. The reference to method "getCompilerClassPath()" is a placeholder
for whatever mechanism you would use to build the classpath that the
compiler should use. For example, you might give a list of JAR files, ZIP
files or local file system directories.
public static void compile(String fileName) {
// Run the javac compiler inside the current address space.
String astrArgs[] = {
"-classpath",
getCompilerClassPath(),
"-nowarn",
fileName
};

// The sun.tools.javac.Main constructor takes two args: the error output
stream to use (which may be a file and pipe or whatever) and the string
"javac".
sun.tools.javac.Main compiler =
new sun.tools.javac.Main(System.err, "javac");
boolean fOk = compiler.compile(astrArgs);

if (!fOk)
System.err.println("Compilation of file " + fileName +
"failed!");
}

Listing 2

// This static method compresses multiple source files into a single JAR
file. The manifest file is an optional parameter which is ignored if it is
null.
Public static jar(String jarFile, String[] aFileNames, String manifestFile)
{
String[] astrArgs = null;
if(null != manifestFile) {
astrArgs = new String[3+aFileNames.length];
astrArgs[0] = "cfm";
} else {
astrArgs = new String[4+aFileNames.length];
astrArgs[0] = "cf";
}

args[1] = jarFile;

int i = 2;
if(null != manifestFile)
args[i++] = manifestFile;

for (int j=0; j<aFileNames.length; j++)
args[i+j] = aFileNames[j];

sun.tools.jar.Main jartool =
new sun.tools.jar.Main(System.out, System.err, "jar");

boolean ok = jartool.run(args);
if (!ok)
error("Jar tool invocation failed");
}


 

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