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Quick Start

The easiest way to generate an EXE launcher for your Java program is to use NativeJ Express.

First, package your Java program into an executable JAR file. Most Java IDEs can generate an executable JAR file for your automatically. An executable JAR can be launch directly using java -jar myapp.jar.

Now run NativeJ Express, enter the path to your executable JAR file (and optionally an icon file) and hit the "Generate" button.

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That's it! You will get an EXE file in the same folder as your executable JAR file.

If you need more configuration options, you will need the full NativeJ application. This has a "New project from executable JAR file" function that lets you create a project from your executable JAR file, then lets you tweak with many different options/settings.


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