for j in *.jar; do echo $j:; jar -tvf "$j" | grep -Hsi ClassName; done
- Iterate over every jar in your folder.
- Output every JAR Name (to match found classes to JARs lateron)
- List Content of every JAR ( jar -tvf “$j” )
- Grep for that specific ClassName grep -Hsi ClassName
Original Post: https://coderwall.com/p/7d-mta/find-a-class-in-a-bunch-of-jar-files
Deploy your JAR to your local (file) Repository. You shold also commit this to your CVM System. You can also add JARs as Javadoc or Source.
mvn deploy:deploy-file \
( -Dclassifier=javadoc | sources )
You can now use these JARs in your pom File if they were in a normal Repository:
Original Post: https://coderwall.com/p/r28cew/use-3rd-party-dependencies-in-maven-project
Sometimes, you would like to have Mapping Char to Int ( A = 0, B = 1, etc.)
One easy way to do this is using indexOf
// returns 5
Original Post: https://coderwall.com/p/ql-wng/map-char-to-alpha-position-with-java