JexePack allows you to deploy your Java application, along with its resources (like GIF, JPG, JNI DLLs, etc), into a single compressed 32-bit Windows EXE that targets Sun's Java Runtime Environment. Supports an EXE an a Windows NT service.
Apr 5, 2012 13:00:04
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: JexePack allows you to deploy your Java application, along with its resources (like GIF, JPG, JNI DLLs, etc), into a single compressed 32-bit Windows EXE that targets Sun's Java Runtime Environment. Supports an EXE an a Windows NT service.
A great way to deploy your Java application as a Windows EXE because your end-users only see a standard EXE (with a nice icon that you define) -- and your program is still all Java and run by a Java VM.
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