You could refactor all of your classes to be in the 'default package', that
is if you are using eclipse.  Not necessarily a good workaround, but it
should work and would probably only take a short amount of time to refactor.

Aaron Bartell

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I need to write out a zip/jar file with no path information stored with the
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