Like it says- I want to be able to double-click on *something* and have it execute my java app.
I do *NOT* want to use webstart OR .jar files. They've caused me too much damn pain, because webstart is complicated and .jar files, in my experience, do not play nice with native libraries (they expect them to be in the same directory.)
I *DO* want to be able to move the directory containing the executable and class files around (because I want to distribute this to other users.)
I *DO* want to be able to put the executable in a different directory from the root directory for the java classpath (because I don't want users to be confused by a dozen other icons in the same folder.)
Basically, what I was going to use was a simple .command file:
java -cp .:lwlgl.jar:lwjgl_util.jar:lwjgl-debug.jar rep.game.GameTest
...But a .command file insists on absolute, rather than relative pathnames, so that doesn't work, and I can't move around the directory if I *do* use absolute pathnames.
Anyways- any help would be appreciated.