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Finding which JAR contains a class

Mark Nelson
Architect

I often want to search through a large number of JAR files looking for a particular class, and every time I do this I wish I had some utility to make it easier.  So I finally made one:

#!/bin/sh TARGET="$1" for i in `find . -name "*jar"` do   jar tvf $i | grep $TARGET > /dev/null   if [ $? == 0 ]   then     echo "$TARGET is in $i"   fi done

Update: My colleague Chris Johnson just posted a better version of this, with some caching over at the Fusion Security Blog.

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