Examining file : META-INF/
. . . . . . and some more text
I'm pretty (almost) sure that it doesn't find the plugin.
you asked me how I fixed my problems with jinput. . .
The solution was to build the whole thing by myself.
You assumed the problem is in the plugin classloader in utils.jar --> you're right
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: IllegalName: net/java/games/input/DirectInputEnvironmentPlugin
The problem is that the plugin loader uses slashes to specify the path/filename (only dots are allowed)
The code, wich you can check out from CVS, is fine. I built it and everything was fine. I don't know if someone updated the binaries meanwhile.
my file hierarchy looks like this:
./standard/ /* here are some testfiles*/
./ is the root from where my program is executed
this post might be useful for you too (the plugin problem):
im trying my hardest to get JInput working here and its not doing any good for my mental health >:
. . . it wasn't good for mine either