I'd like to use Briss, a Java application for cropping pdf files. The application consists of a compressed folder containing several Java .jar files. Presumably one of them is the executable, and the others are auxiliary modules that the executable uses. The application has a GUI, but is run from the Terminal by running the following command line:
java -jar briss-0.9.jar
How can I 'install' this application so that I can run it by typing the above command in a freshly opened Terminal window?
One way to do it would be to dump all the .jar files inside
/usr/local/bin, but I'd rather not pollute the
bin folder with a horde of files, and also I'd like to keep the files together, so that, for instance, the application can be easily and cleanly 'uninstalled'.