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"static" libraries?

From: Jeffrey Napolitano <jnapoli(at)setech(dot)com>
To: Interface to PostgreSQL <pgsql-interfaces(at)postgreSQL(dot)org>
Subject: "static" libraries?
Date: 1998-07-16 17:53:20
Message-ID: 35AE3E10.E6BEE86B@setech.com (view raw or flat)
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I have a Java application which uses JDBC, and it is going to put on a
few different machines using postgres and postgres's JDBC driver.  My
question is this:  Is there a method of *including* the JDBC driver into
the Java application?  An equivalent to statically linking a library in
C?

The CLASSPATH is going to be different on different machines, and I need
a way of just depositing this one file onto a system.

-- 
When I was seven years old, I was once reprimanded by my mother for an
act of collective brutality in which I had been involved at school.  A
group of seven-year-olds had been teasing and tormenting a
six-year-old.  "It is always so," my mother said.  "You do things
together which not one of you would think of doing alone."  ...
Wherever one looks in the world of human organization, collective
responsibility brings a lowering of moral standards.  The military
establishment is an extreme case, an organization which seems to have
been expressly designed to make it possible for people to do things
together which nobody in his right mind would do alone.
                -- Freeman Dyson, "Weapons and Hope"

Jeffrey Napolitano
Lowly Intern
Software Emancipation Technology

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