Fail if destination directory does not exist

Issue #36 resolved
Jesper Öqvist
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Javac fails if we tell it to output classfiles in a destination directory that does not exist. JastAddJ currently has different behaviour - JastAddJ will create the destination directory and proceed as normal.

JastAddJ should behave as javac does in this case.

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