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A simple question:

Where do I need to unzip src.zip archive ?
I tried to find it in documentation, but there is no mention of it. It just
says that there is a src.zip archive and that it contains api!
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"Darko Jovisic" <dj******@inet.hr> wrote in message
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A simple question:

Where do I need to unzip src.zip archive ?
I tried to find it in documentation, but there is no mention of it. It just says that there is a src.zip archive and that it contains api!

I think you can leave it alone. If you are interested
to see how a class is implemented, you can unzip it
and take a look.
Jul 17 '05 #2

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nos wrote:
"Darko Jovisic" <dj******@inet.hr> wrote in message
news:c1**********@bagan.srce.hr...
A simple question:

Where do I need to unzip src.zip archive ?
I tried to find it in documentation, but there is no mention of it. It


just
says that there is a src.zip archive and that it contains api!


I think you can leave it alone. If you are interested
to see how a class is implemented, you can unzip it
and take a look.

dang! i recall reading somewhere during the installation
process that you DO NOT TOUCH that file.

it needs to be in .zip form.
correct me if i am wrong.

- nate, getting older every day

Jul 17 '05 #3

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"Nate Smith" <gr*******@NET1Plus.com> wrote in message
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nos wrote:
"Darko Jovisic" <dj******@inet.hr> wrote in message
news:c1**********@bagan.srce.hr...
A simple question:

Where do I need to unzip src.zip archive ?
I tried to find it in documentation, but there is no mention of it. It


just
says that there is a src.zip archive and that it contains api!


I think you can leave it alone. If you are interested
to see how a class is implemented, you can unzip it
and take a look.

dang! i recall reading somewhere during the installation
process that you DO NOT TOUCH that file.

it needs to be in .zip form.
correct me if i am wrong.

- nate, getting older every day

If you're talking about the src.zip file included with the J2SE SDK, then
you are wrong. It's included solely for your reference. You can delete it
and recover the disk space if you really want to.
Jul 17 '05 #4

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>> correct me if i am wrong.

- nate, getting older every day


If you're talking about the src.zip file included with the J2SE SDK, then
you are wrong. It's included solely for your reference. You can delete it
and recover the disk space if you really want to.

thanks. when i need the space (note: not if), but when i do
i will. thanks.
- nate

Jul 17 '05 #5

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