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Default Importing from an archived package

Is it possible to create an achived (.jar) version of a homemade compiled package and then copy it to the ext directory? What do you have to do to be able to import it as you would any other archived packages? Are you supposed to just leave the original, uncompressed package where it is or can you delete it and just import from the jar file?

I can't seem to import from any I've made. I have also not found any references on the net that seem to address this.





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