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Use the --no-gzip option: pack200 --no-gzip file.jar.pack file.jar
The jar command-line tool packages files using ZIP compression. On the other hand, pack200 and unpack200 use GZIP compression format.
You'll first find them a part of the 1.5 Java SE release.
Java SE 7 is available as part of java.net: https://jdk7.dev.java.net/.
You can request a feature or report a bug at http://bugs.sun.com/services/bugreport/index.jsp.
One would start with the Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME, available from http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/0,6566,st_p_50,00.html. From there, you can also see the available Java-related documentat...more
Motorola offers Motodev, the Motorola developer network, available at http://developer.motorola.com/. There are different SDKs available for their different platforms available at http://developer...more
Their developer home is http://developer.sonyericsson.com/. Their Java support is found at http://developer.sonyericsson.com/site/global/docstools/java/p_java.jsp. And their SDK is available from ...more
Their developer program support is found at http://www.savaje.com/developers.html. They offer a Wiki (http://java.savaje.com/wiki/) and Forum (http://java.savaje.com/bb/) for community support.more
The home for the Samsung Developers Club is http://developer.samsungmobile.com/. From there you can get documentation, SDKs, and related tools.more
The BenQmobile developer portal at https://market.benqmobile.com/portal/main.aspx?LangID=0&pid=1 offres forums and tools to support their J2ME development program.more
How to extract a jar file. I want to extract a jar file named 'myApp.jar'. The file is in c:jarmyApp.jar. I want it to be extracted to c:jar. What options are available?
You need to get the NetBeans Mobility Pack, available from http://www.netbeans.org/products/mobility/.