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I compiled a runnable JAR for JRE version 7 and I couldn't get Jar Bundler to accept it at all. I wasn't even able to create a Mac application bundle.
I found the following link which may provide a solution (I haven't tried it yet, but it does look promising.) I tried running the JAR file: appbundler both from the Finder and from the command-line and it didn't work either way:
64-bit:~ kaydell$ java -jar /Users/kaydell/Desktop/Test/appbundler-1.0.jar
no main manifest attribute, in /Users/kaydell/Desktop/Test/appbundler-1.0.jar
But the link below shows an ant build, a file called "build.xml". It makes me wonder if you have to run "appbundler-1.0.jar" by using Apache Ant. This seems "weird" to me, but it's not an Apple product, maybe it is just hard, but not impossible.
I believe that the issue with Jar Bundler is that it is an old Apple product which was developed for Java 6 and earlier.
Let me know how it goes. I'll do the same.
On Jun 30, 2013, at 10:48 PM, Dinesh Amarasekara <email@hidden> wrote:
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