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JAR files are a format for distributing Java software. They are standard compressed ZIP archives with a .jar extension containing various further files including the Java classes themselves � These archives can be dissected and reassembled with any ZIP archiver. See the Wikipedia page on JAR files for more details.

PTViewer is generally supplied as a JAR archive, it is possible to create a custom ptviewer jar file that contains just the extensions you need and even a preview image.