My normal response to a NoClassDefFoundError is to ask google. This generally gives me a thread I can follow and eventually solve the problem, but it isn't very efficient. It looks like a better solution would be the What Jar? website... if only there were more jars in the index.
Have some extra time on your hands? How about uploading a bunch of the jars to save me some time in the future? :)
Posted by Jeffrey Fredrick at October 5, 2007 04:13 PM
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Have you ever tried the Javacio.us subscription? It requires a Google account, but if you search on something that it guesses is a Java class name (either with . or / separators) it will then add a subscribed links box at the top of the Google results, with a "Find jar files containing..." link. It has saved me from the tedium of JAR searching a number of times.
I'm not sure how many JARs is has indexed, but it seems pretty large.
Posted by: John Brugge on October 9, 2007 11:08 AM