Clicking on the icon will tell you the latest build available as well as what is included in the update. Clicking "apply" will generate an email to tech support at Activelogix as a request for an updated file so we can respond with the appropriate file.Other minor fixes and adjustments can be captured with a cache clear of your browser history.Because updating Minecraft often interferes with Minecraft servers and other add-ons snapshots are optional downloads and do not utilize the standard updater.This guide will give instruction on how to manually update Minecraft via files.However my attempt to update the JAR doesn't seem to be working.The task seems to run OK, but the JAR doesn't get updated.task update Jar With Index(depends On: generate Jar Index) I need to update the JAR after it's been built. LIST file (as the JAR is an applet and we use INDEX.LIST instead of a classpath in the manifest to optimise the class loader).
The second line starts the jar in the background using nohup. If you look at the Console Output in Jenkins, you can see that it is waiting for the script to return after starting the jar file and piping the pid into a file. I checked this, and my builds were no longer timing out (Set in the Exec timeout (ms)) and the build was succeeding. :( I tried several more combinations of scripts, and eventually I realized that the jar was getting executed, but was getting killed before it actually ran. Every time I execute the build, the old process is killed, a new jar takes its place and it’s started, all in a matter of a few seconds!
In addition to the products listed above, I would suggest that you try a universal file viewer like Free File Viewer.
It can open over 200 different types of files - and very likely yours too!
Is there a Gradle way to update the contents of a JAR?
I couldn't see how to do this so have resorted to using an ant jar task (with update = true).