Unjarring SilkTest files...
I notice SilkTest has that linker.jar file with it. Is there any way to get the actual contents of that file and look at the source code? I'm guessing it would probably save time rather than just building our own.
Re: Unjarring SilkTest files...
Just use the jar command that comes with the JDK. If your path is set, you can run the jar command from anywhere. So with your linker.jar file, just do something like:
jar -xvf linker.jar
That will extract everything into the currect directory and maintain the file structure. (Just run the jar command by itself and it will show you the switches that you can use.)
Also, if you are on a Windows machine you can make this even easier on yourself. Just rename linker.jar to linker.zip and you can view the files via WinZip (if you have it installed). Remember: jar files are just another type of zipped up (compressed) file.