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Offline maxdreamland

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« Posted 2008-01-17 11:10:45 »

Hi,

i'm having some trouble "getting off my feet" with odejava. maybe some of you have an advice.

i checked out the CVS version of ODEJava and tried to compile it with ant. this failed miserably :-)

first thing i had to change in the build.xml file was the two parts where "source=1.4" was specified. since the code was apparently using java1.5+ features that was the only way to make ant to consider to compile the project. when it did, more compile errors came up.

Next thing i had to change in build.xml was the reference to the library vecmath.jar which seems to have been replaced with openmali.jar. with this changes some more compile errors were gone.

but now i'm stuck with compile errors where classes reference objects from the package "org.odejava.ode" (for example the class dMass). This whole package is missing from my CVS checkout. At least it's not available as java source files. Maybe it's another library i'm missing, but so far i wasn't able to find out which library is missing (if any).

Any advice on where i can find the classes in "org.odejava.ode" ?

best regards
Max
Offline irrisor

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2008-01-17 12:11:40 »

Any advice on where i can find the classes in "org.odejava.ode" ?
It's in the odejava-jni module.
Offline maxdreamland

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2008-01-17 12:58:56 »

i see. thank you! i'll try that out as soon as i'm back at home.

by the way...you should consider updating the paragraph "Odejava from CVS" at http://odejava.org/OdejavaDownload since it is not mentioned there that you have to checkout odejava-jni in addition to odejava (and optional odejava-xith3d).

regards
Max
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