Re: newbie : I have downloaded jfugue jar file ...now how to install
Michael Redlich a ?criv?:
javac -classpath [path]\jufugue.jar MyMusicApp.java
will compile the application
java -cp [path]\jfugue.jar;. MyMusicApp
will execute the application
Thanks,but this is for compiling and running through dos prompt.
Why "but"? The word "but" usually implies a contradiction.
I am using JCreator for coding in which we just have to press F5 for
compiling and running the program. So I am not able to get how to give
path of jfugue.jar while compiling.
Thomas Fritsch wrote:
You should be able to.
Look at <http://www.jcreator.com/features_j1.htm>. The screenshot shows
there is a "Project ClassPath" option.
I tried keeping the program and
jfugue.jar file in same folder and then compilied, but this also did
not solved the problem. At last I extracted the jfugue.jar (bit
file in the same folder with program which solved the
Say, "masked", rather than, "solved".
Aside from "Project Classpath", does JCreator have a "Project Properties"
dialog with settings like "Libraries"? NetBeans and Eclipse both have a
concept of project "libraries", folder and JAR dependencies, so I'm guessing
JCreator must have a cognate.
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