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Hi I'd like to know if there's a way that you can open a file that's been associated with your java app. I know how to read from a file and I know how to pass command line arguments but what I don't know is how to open my app with a file just by clicking it in my file browser. If needed i could settle for a Mac-specific and a Windows-specific method.

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This is nothing to do with Java, and specific to the OS you're installing to. This question comes up quite regularly, from people who are under the impression it's the responsibility of their app to enforce the file association. It isn't. Your installation should ask users if they want the association made. Remember how annoying it is when something you've just installed takes over the file associations of another app, without asking? Don't do it, your users won't like it
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