Re: Exporting jFreeChart jar with my project

Lew <>
Tue, 15 Apr 2008 09:23:39 -0400
1 connu wrote:

You have to add these jar with your distribution. Make sure your clients use
them. They have to be in the classpath.

Please do not top-post. Use trim-and-inline posting.

"Ryan Thames" a ?crit:

exporting my project into a .jar file to turn into my instructor. The
problem is that I use jFreeChart extensively in my project, so it only
runs properly on my computer, where I have jFreeChart. Does anyone
know how to export jFreeChart and jCommon with my project when I
create my .jar file? I've been trying to do this using Eclipse and no
luck so far.

The 'classpath' that includes the other JARs is not the CLASSPATH envar, nor
is it the -classpath (-cp) option to 'java'. It is the "Class-Path:" element
of the JAR manifest, which depicts relative locations of third-party JARs. It
lists paths relative to the deployed JAR, usually in the same subdirectory.


Running a JAR with 'java -jar', the command ignores all other classpath


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