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So I am trying to compile a little java program into a .app, but I cannot find the Jar Bundler application. On the Apple support page it says that it is installed with XCode, but I cannot find it in the specified location or by doing a system search. Does anyone know how/where I can get it?
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I did a search in Spotlight and it came up in /usr/share/java/Tools. Did you check there?

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It's not there. The only thing that is, is Java VisualVM.
Also, I hava Xcode version 3.2.6 and Mac OS 10.6.8, if that makes any difference
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It might (I'm running Xcode 4 on Lion). Have you tried searching for it with Spotlight? As I noted, I did and I had a result right away.

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I have tried searching on spotlight and finder, but I can't find it.
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The only other source I could find was /Developer/Applications/Utilities. See page 6 of the Jar Bundler guide for more (here).

If it's not there, we can do a search. Execute the following from the command line:
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sudo find / -name Jar\ Bundler.app
If that doesn't find it, then you don't have it. Try reinstalling Xcode if this is the case.

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Still didn't find it Oh well, I'll just reinstall XCode. Thank you for your help.
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Ugh, I just finished a reinstall and I still can't find it! The only thing I found this time was a broken alias in /Developer/Applications/Utilities/Tools
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