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Creating the Module > Creating and Populating the Module JAR

Creating and Populating the Module JAR

The last step is to create and build the module JAR file. Choose a mounted directory, right-click it in Explorer, choose New ? NetBeans Extensions ? Modules API ? Module JAR, and give it the name quickpanel in the New wizard. When the new module JAR appears in the Explorer window, select it and open the Properties window for it. Find the Content property and bring up the custom property editor for it (click the ... button that appears when you give focus to it in the property sheet). Here you get a dialog box that allows you to add content to the JAR file. Navigate to the sources; select the source code; bundle, layer and icon files; and click Add to add them to the content of the module JAR.


  

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