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Non profit remake of Star Wars!

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Again not about Java Smile

Today I offer you to watch one film for free.  - remake of  "Star Wars" which is filmed by funs and despite to low budget ($20000) and limited number of participants (~50) this film become a discovery of the week for me.  Official film's premiere was 16 April!

"Revelations" is a non-profit Star Wars fan film that was shot within the Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC Metro Area. "Revelations" is made possible through a combined effort of artists, fans and the local film industry. Everyone who has worked on "Revelations" is a volunteer. No one is paid to make this film. Panic Struck Productions set out to produce their first independent film with a very small budget and the result is "Revelations"

Three years ago Shane Felux decided to film remake of Star Wars together with another fans and result is 45 minutes of real Star Wars film, with good computer graphics and professional actors. Two years those people (look at the crew here) spent for this film and worked for free. You can download this film for free and it is not piracy, simply Lucas does not let to film commercial remakes, but non commercial... Smile

You need good Internet connection to download the film (242 Mb) . You can also get ISO files for DVD with the film and materials on how film was created. You can visit original site here...

Probably (as happened with me) the original site will be too slow. So, please use a mirror in Sweden, in Umeå University:
http://ftp.acc.umu.se/mirror/media/StarWars-Revelations/

I actually enjoyed very much watching one Star Wars film more before official premiere of last Star Wars film in May Smile

I wish you the same!

regards,
Alexandre




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Java: Packages - Defining

Go to all tips in Java Notes by Fred Swartz
Multiple classes of larger programs are usually grouped together into a package. Packages correspond to directories in the file system, and may be nested just as directories are nested.

Reasons for using packages

  • To allow classes to be combined in a single ".jar" file.
  • To control the namespace.
  • To limit the scope of names.

Package declarations

Each file must have a package declaration which precedes all non-comment code. The package name must be the same as the enclosing directory. For example, here are two files in the packagetest directory.
package packagetest;
class ClassA {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        ClassB.greet();
    }
}
and
package packagetest;
class ClassB {
    static void greet() {
        System.out.println("Hi");
    }
}
Note that these source files must be named ClassA.java and ClassB.java (case matters) and they must be in a directory named packagetest.

Compiling and running packages from a command line

To compile the above example, you must be outside the packagetest directory. To compile the classes:
   javac packagetest/ClassB.java
   javac packagetest/ClassA.java
To run the main program in ClassA.
   java packagetest.ClassA
or
   java packagetest/ClassA

In windows the "/" can be replaced by the "" in the javac command, but not in the java command. Generally use a forward slash ("/") because it is used more commonly than the backslash in other places as well.



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