Thanks for the reply. I'm embarassed to admit that I actually have the JOGL version of that code implemented in something I put together last Spring for a different class I'm teaching; I just forgot about it
Now that I've got THAT solved
, I have another somewhat weird question. I installed JOAL 1.1.1 from joal-1.1.1-windows-i586.zip under "Release Builds 2007, 1.1.1-July 4". I then ran the following code that I got from a wonderful source
String packageName = "net.java.games.joal";
Package p = Package.getPackage(packageName);
if (p == null)
System.out.println("\nJOAL package " + packageName + " not found\n");
System.out.println("\nJOAL Version = " + p.getImplementationVersion());
This code prints the following output:
I verified that I really did install the 1.1.1 download; I even went back and re-downloaded it to be sure. Also, I've never (to my knowledge) downloaded any of the nightly builds or anything except files from the "stable release" area. Sooo... why is my 1.1.1 installation printing a version number of 1.1.2? Am I missing something?
Thanks again for the feedback.