FileUtil is a little Java library which offers
miscellaneous file handling routines. It is part of the
broader ccl library,
but FileUtil can also be used just on its own.|
Go directly to FileUtil's javadoc API description.
You can always find the newest version of this page at: http://www.kclee.com/clemens/java/ccl/fileutil/
RequirementsJava JDK >= 1.3
DownloadFileUtil Version 1.60 (140477 bytes)
FileUtil is distributed under the
Mozilla Public License version 1.1, or GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) version 2.1, or GNU General Public License version 2.0.
- First you need a Java runtime.
If you don't have one, go to http://java.sun.com/j2se/
and download and install a recent (>= 1.3) Java SDK for your platform.
Make sure afterwards the java command is in your environament PATH so you can invoke java from anywhere in the command line.
- Go to a directory under which you want to install FileUtil and execute on the command line the following command:
jar xfv fileutil1.60.zip
- Add the
Java archive file to your application's
classpath. Now your application has access to all methods described
in the FileUtil API.
Version 1.60 has been released on
November 21, 2002
There is no credits list for FileUtil alone but only
one for the complete ccl library.
Please have a look there.