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i have a java project for my resume that i put it on github. and i want a fastest way to some one else to run my project.

should i just put all my files there? likesrc, bin, .setting, etc...
or should i just put 'src' files.

or should i put 'bunder' file and 'src' folder?

or is there other proper way which i dont know.

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Last Post by JamesCherrill
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you want them to run your source files?
if you consider that feasable, jumping to a career in java development might be a bit ... too soon.
first learn the basics, as in: what can we run, how do we run it, ...
depending on the type of application, provide a .jar file, or deploy a .war (... ) file somewhere, and provide the url.

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thanks, but I am not looking for career advice from you. just need to know what files to include in git, so its easier for other people to review my project.

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you want them to run your code, then provide (as said earlier) a jar/war/ear/...

you want them to review your code, sure, providing the .java files might be handy.

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thanks, but I am not looking for career advice from you.

  1. the statement was uncalled for. because
  2. your not even sure which one you want - run or review.

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