Why is it that there has to be at least fifty issues beyond any possible explanation whenever it comes to exporting my files? Seriously, I just want to export my files, but I now notice that every time I export my package to a runnable .jar file, the exported .jar file doubles in size for every export made. What the fuck?
Seriously, I just want to export my fucking program! That means I want to create A CLEAN .JAR FILE with NO USELESS GARBAGE exported along with it. BUT NO! Let’s just throw in as much old shit at possible because it’s hard to export properly!
Here’s how I export:
- In Eclipse, I go to File –> Export…;
- I select the stupid “Runnable JAR file” option that apparently doesn’t work properly;
- I make sure my current launch configuration is my current package and save the exported .jar file as a new file in whatever place I wish;
- and, since I don’t know what the fuck the other options are, I finally just proceed to export the piece of shit.
- NOT PROFIT! I go to look at the fucking file,and it’s two times bigger than the file that was generated last time I exported the exact same fucking program as a runnable .jar file! GOOD JOB.
If anyone reads this, could you please explain what the hell is going on? Googling this turns up nothing because reasons. The reason this is an issue is because I just finished the third program in the Google Code Jam for the “Africa 2010 Qualification Round” (T9 Spelling), and it happens to be in the same package as all the other things. But, seriously, what the fuck do the .jar files double in size every export for?
Edit: I now have a .jar file that’s 77 MEGABYTES in size. FUCK OFF!