Re: JAR file association on Windows 7 broken
- From: Roedy Green <see_website@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 01 Jul 2012 07:41:41 -0700
On Sat, 30 Jun 2012 21:53:50 -0700, Lew <noone@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote,
quoted or indirectly quoted someone who said :
That doesn't sound like the right approach.
You normally don't want to put anything into Java's own lib/ folders.
putting the jar in the ext dir would effectively put the jar on the
classpath, I it would not do anything to make
on the command line execute the jar. Windows still would not know
jars are executable or what executable can process them.
For how to set up the association.
Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products
Why do so many operating systems refuse to define a standard
temporary file marking mechanism? It could be a reserved lead character
such as the ~ or a reserved extension such as .tmp.
It could be a file attribute bit. Because they refuse, there is no
fool-proof way to scan a disk for orphaned temporary files and delete them.
Further, you can't tell where the orhaned files ame from.
This means the hard disks gradually fill up with garbage.
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