For some deployments, I tend to prefer not using an uberjar, but instead using a regular jar and a lib folder for dependencies. However it can be painful getting the class-path set up so setting the 'Class-Path' in the jar manifest lets it still be run with a simple "java -jar". Is this worth adding (or maybe I'm missing another easier way)?
Here's a rough but working example in 'make-manifest': http://github.com/mlehman/leiningen/blob/master/src/leiningen/jar.clj
Clean up make-manifest. Closed by 0966229.
Oops; didn't realize you had a fix for this already. Could you send it as a pull request in the future?
Clean up make-manifest. Fixes #46.