Java Dependency Finder is a simple Java based command line utility that can be used to find out what jar/zip file contains what Class. Ever fell into the situation where you are trying to compile some Java code that needs a set of jars but you are not really sure which ones. You could very well add all the jars that you downloaded with some package, but you don't want to clutter up your classpath with all the unnecessary jars and zips. This small little command line tool is just meant to help you with that. When you compile your code and get "ClassNotFound" errors, simply run this tool (telling it folders where to look for the jars) and it will search in those jars/zips and find out which jar you should include to get rid of that "ClassNotFound" errors. Version 1 includes unspecified updates.
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