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se.skltp.tak : tak-web


Mar 13, 2018
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  1. Download JAR / Source Code / Javadoc
  2. View Java Class Source Code in JAR file
  3. View Javadoc in JAR file

Download JAR / Source / Javadoc

Version Date Download
2.3.2 Mar 13, 2018
2.3.1 Jan 18, 2018
2.3.1_RC2 Oct 25, 2017
2.2.1 Mar 15, 2017
2.1.0 May 23, 2016
2.1.0-RC May 17, 2016
2.0 Feb 24, 2016
1.5.5 Oct 12, 2015
1.5.5-RC1 Jun 16, 2015
1.5.4 Apr 30, 2015
1.5.4-RC1 Apr 20, 2015

View Java Class Source Code in JAR file

  1. Download JD-GUI to open JAR file and explore Java source code file (.class .java)
  2. Click menu "File → Open File..." or just drag-and-drop the JAR file in the JD-GUI window tak-web-2.3.2-sources.jar file or tak-web-2.3.2.jar file.
    Once you open a JAR file, all the java classes in the JAR file will be displayed.

View Javadoc in JAR file

  1. Download WinRAR to extract JAR file.
  2. Navigate to tak-web-2.3.2-javadoc.jar you want to extract in File Explorer.
  3. Right-click tak-web-2.3.2-sources.jar file → Select "Extract Here" in the drop-down context menu.
  4. Navigate to tak-web-2.3.2-javadoc extracted folder in File Explorer.
  5. Open index.html file with your Browser to view the contents of the javadoc HTML files.

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