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Does nbr jars in classpath make a difference

 
 
timasmith@hotmail.com
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      06-17-2006
Suppose I create a large app with 20 packages, each a large set of
Swing UI code, client functionality etc.

Is there are penalty to having all the code in one jar (say 100Mb jar
file) versus 20 5 MB jar files?

Is memory consumption a lot lower if each package is its own
application without dependencies on the other jar files? Such that the
user is running one 5 MB jar instead above 20 or 1 100MB jar file?

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Tim

 
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