On 12/7/2017 10:33 AM, Glenn Bruckner wrote:
Is there a way to extract the classes from the JAR?

A JAR file is just a ZIP ... so you can use any ZIP manager (like 7-Zip) or just use the JAR command to extract the contents.

Do I have to use a JAR de-compile tool and manually create the
classes?

If you want to recreate the source, yes.

Is there a way to import the JAR file into an IDE like Eclipse or
IntelliJ to be able to make the required changes?

Just add the jar to your eclipse project's build path.

david




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