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We now have distributions of d1libclientjava bundled with its dependencies available at http://releases.dataone.org/online/d1libclientjava, organized by version. It's made available in .zip, .tar.gz and also .bz2. The d1libclientjava .jar without dependencies is also available there.

We now have distributions of d1libclientjava d1_libclient_java bundled with its dependencies available at http://releases.dataone.org/online/d1libclientjava, java, organized by version. It's made available in .zip, .tar.gz and also .bz2. The d1libclientjava .jar without dependencies is also available there.

We now have distributions of d1_libclient_java bundled with its dependencies available http://releases.dataone.org/online/d1libclientjavahere, organized by version. It's made available in .zip, .tar.gz and also .bz2. The d1libclientjava .jar without dependencies is also available there.

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We now have distributions of d1_libclient_java bundled with its dependencies available at herehttp://releases.dataone.org/online/d1_libclient_java, organized by version. It's made available in .zip, .tar.gz and also .bz2. The d1libclientjava .jar d1_libclient_java jar without dependencies is also available there.

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We now While we don't maintain a list of dependencies outside of the distributions, we have made distributions of d1_libclient_java bundled with its dependencies available at http://releases.dataone.org/online/d1_libclient_java, organized by version. It's made available There, you will find archives in .zip, .tar.gz .tar.gz, and also .bz2. .bz2 formats. The d1_libclient_java jar without dependencies is also available there.

Just download an archive of the appropriate type for your machine, and look in the /lib directory.

Note: the pom.xml file that maven uses can also be downloaded from that site, but it has only libclient's direct dependencies (not the dependencies of the dependencies).

While we don't maintain a list of dependencies outside of the distributions, we have made distributions of d1_libclient_java bundled with its dependencies available at http://releases.dataone.org/online/d1_libclient_java, organized by version. There, you will find archives in .zip, .tar.gz, and .bz2 formats.

Just download an archive of the appropriate type for your machine, and look in the /lib directory. directory, where you will find the full set of dependency jars for that d1_libclient_java release.

Note: the pom.xml file that maven uses can also be downloaded from that site, but it has only libclient's direct dependencies (not the dependencies of the dependencies). For those who use maven for their development project, it is the file that's used to dynamically download the dependencies.