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8170113: jimage extract to readonly directory causes MissingResourceException Summary: Added a missing resource. Reviewed-by: alanb, anazarov Contributed-by: denis.kononenko@oracle.com
author dkononenko
date Thu, 09 Feb 2017 19:43:53 +0300
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main.usage.summary=\
Usage: {0} <extract | info | list | verify> <options> jimage...\n\
use -h or --help for a list of possible options.

main.usage=\
Usage: {0} <extract | info | list | verify> <options> jimage...\n\
\n\
\  extract  - Extract all jimage entries and place in a directory specified\n\
\             by the --dir=<directory> (default='.') option.\n\
\n\
\  info     - Prints detailed information contained in the jimage header.\n\
\n\
\  list     - Prints the names of all the entries in the jimage.  When used with\n\
\             --verbose, list will also print entry size and offset attributes.\n\
\n\
\  verify   - Reports on any .class entries that don't verify as classes.\n\
\n\
Possible options include:

main.usage.extract=\
\  extract  - Extract all jimage entries and place in a directory specified\n\
\             by the --dir=<directory> (default='.') option.

main.usage.info=\
\  info     - Prints detailed information contained in the jimage header.

main.usage.list=\
\  list     - Prints the names of all the entries in the jimage.  When used with\n\
\             --verbose, list will also print entry size and offset attributes.

main.usage.verify=\
\  verify   - Reports errors on any .class entries that don't verify as classes.

error.prefix=Error:
warn.prefix=Warning:

main.opt.dir=\
\       --dir                        Target directory for extract directive

main.opt.include=\
\       --include <pattern-list>     Pattern list for filtering entries.

main.opt.full-version=\
\       --full-version               Print full version information

main.opt.help=\
\  -h,  --help                       Print usage message

main.opt.verbose=\
\       --verbose                    Listing prints entry size and offset\n\
\                                    attributes

main.opt.version=\
\       --version                    Print version information

main.command.files=\
\       @<filename>                  Read options from file

main.opt.footer=\
\n\
\For options requiring a <pattern-list>, the value will be a comma separated\n\
\list of elements each using one the following forms:\n\
\  <glob-pattern>\n\
\  glob:<glob-pattern>\n\
\  regex:<regex-pattern>



err.not.a.task=task must be one of <extract | info | list | verify>: {0}
err.missing.arg=no value given for {0}
err.not.a.dir=not a directory: {0}
err.not.a.jimage=not a jimage file: {0}
err.no.jimage=no jimage provided
err.option.unsupported={0} not supported: {1}
err.unknown.option=unknown option: {0}
err.cannot.create.dir=cannot create directory {0}