Re: Using NetBeans 7.1.2 JNI: Where Is a Good Tutorial on How to Invoke C++ from Java

Lew <>
Thu, 21 Jun 2012 21:39:35 -0700
John B. Matthews wrote:

Lew wrote:

(unknown) wrote:

Could anyone give me a tutorial on how to use NetBeans 7.1.2 to
create a java project that uses JNI. I'm looking for something with
all the detail I can get.

My small java project will use a small subset of the class' in a
large C++ package.

Is there good documentation on doing this. Is there more than one
way to do it. Does using a jar file (containing the C++ class')
ease the process at all.

Why does my Web viewer show all the messages as deleted?

90% of the value of the newsgroups is in the archival of questions,
explorations and answers.

Failure to archive is a problem.

The OP's behavior is disappointing. My fading memory of a cursory
reading mentioned trouble building a shared library using mingw, covered

For reference, Mac OS X/Darwin goes something like this:

gcc -dynamiclib -framework JavaVM -o libhello.jnilib hello.o still has all the messages. Usenet prevails where the
Web-accessed service allowed the deletion of the messages.

To the OP: deleting your messages was not only disappointing and unhelpful,
but pointless as they are not actually deleted.

Honi soit qui mal y pense.

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