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Java keytool and keystore tutorials

I've been working with the Java keytool command a lot lately, as I needed to learn all about it to license my "Hide your desktop icons" app with the TrueLicense software license manager. I think I've learned a lot about the Java keytool command, keystore files, and certificates, and I'm trying to simplify and share that information here.

Git export: How to export a Git project

Git export FAQ: How do I export a Git project, like I would do with a "cvs export" or "svn export"?

There is no "git export" command, so instead you use the "git archive" command. By default, "git archive" produces its output in a tar format, so all you have to do is pipe that output into gzip or bzip2 or other.

Git export example

Here's a simple Git export command I just ran. I moved into the root of my Git project directory, then ran this command to create a new file named "latest.tgz":

iPad Pages sharing tip - How to share/export iPad Pages’ documents

iPad Pages document sharing FAQ: How do I share iPad Pages documents?

After working with a friend's iPad lately -- specifically the iPad Pages application -- I asked him how you go about sharing iPad Pages documents. We did a little research, and found at least three ways to share/export an iPad Pages document.

A Java “keytool export” tutorial

Java keytool export FAQ: Can you share some examples of the Java keytool export command and export process?

Once you've created a private key in a Java keystore file, you can export that private key to a certificate file using the Java "keytool export" command. I'll demonstrate that command in this tutorial.

Java “keytool import”: How to import a certificate into a keystore file

Java “keytool import” FAQ: Can you share some examples of the Java keytool import command and process?

When you're working with Java public and private keys, there may be a time when someone else says, "Here is a certificate. Import it into your public key keystore, and then you can do XYZ", where "XYZ" can be a variety of things, including reading their document, using their Java application, etc. To do this you need to use the Java keytool import command.

The Java ‘keytool’ command, keystore files, and certificates

Java keytool/keystore FAQ: Can you share some Java keytool and keystore command examples?

Sure. As a little bit of background, in creating my "Hyde (Hide Your Mac Desktop)" software application, I decided to venture into the world of commercial software, selling my app for a whopping 99 cents. While that price is trivial, creating the "software licensing" code for this application was anything but trivial.

CVS export tutorial (Tue, May 14, 2002)

Just returned from a short trip to the northern outskirts of Chicago, Illinois. Wow, can it rain.

On the computer side of life, have you ever found yourself needing a copy of the stuff (source code, etc.) in a CVS repository, without all the CVS admin files? Here's a quick tutorial on how to use the cvs export command.

CVS export - How to export a project from a CVS repository

Can I get a copy of the source code (without the repository)?

The other day someone not familiar with CVS asked if they could have a copy of the source code for the DDConnectionBroker project, an Open Source project from DevDaily.com. I said sure, I'd be glad to provide a copy of the source code, stripped of all the CVS directories/files. To do this, all I had to do was run the "cvs export" command.