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07_Projects - Projects(1.8.7 7 Projects A project in jGRASP...

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Projects (1.8.7) 9/2/2009 7-1 7 Projects A project in jGRASP is essentially one or more files which may be located in the same or different directories. When a “project” is created, all information about the project, including project settings and file locations, is stored in a project file with the .gpj extension. Although projects are not required to do simple operations such as Compile and Run, to generate UML class diagrams and to use many of the Object Workbench features, you must organize your Java files in a Project. UML Class Diagrams and the Object Workbench are discussed in Sections 5 and 6. Many users will find projects useful independent of the UML and Object Workbench features. Before doing this tutorial, be sure you have read the tutorial entitled Getting Started with Objects since the concept of a jGRASP project is first introduced there. Objectives – When you have completed this tutorial, you should be able to create projects, add files to them, remove files from them, generate documentation, and close projects. The details of these objectives are captured in the hyperlinked topics listed below. 7.1 Creating a Project 7.2 Adding files to the Project 7.3 Removing files from the Project 7.4 Generating Documentation for the Project (Java only) 7.5 Jar File Creation and Extraction 7.6 Closing a Project 7.7 Exercises
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