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Offline finson

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« Posted 2010-05-31 23:12:57 »

I'm setting up JOGL JSR-231-2.0 beta10 on Win 7 with Eclipse and jdk 1.6 u20.  I have been able to run some of the JOGL examples (eg, Gears) using the JNLP versions on the web.  However, when I downloaded the libraries and the example source and tried to run Gears directly in Eclipse, I get method not found errors.  I've scrubbed the disk of all versions of gluegen-rt etc except the one in the beta10 directory.  I wrote a little java source that attempts to call various methods from BufferFactory.  All the methods are visible in the Eclipse package explorer, but some (isLittleEndian(), nativeOrder(ByteBuffer)) cause compiler errors as being not defined.  (See attached screenshot.)

I can't figure out why this is.  Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks.

Doug

Offline finson

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2010-06-01 15:17:35 »

On the jogamp JOGL forum, I am told that 2.0 beta 10 is not nearly as new as I thought it was, and I should build the library from sources.  That's now the plan.
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« Reply #2 - Posted 2010-06-01 21:05:45 »

FYI.

I took all the Java installations off my system and went back to bare metal as far as Sun was concerned.  I reinstalled JDK 6u20 and linked to the files from jogl-2.0-pre-20100512-windows-i586.zip.  Gears example now runs in Eclipse with no problem.

In addition to my using an outdated JOGL library earlier, I think there were little bits of older installations of various 3D libraries still floating around that were tangling up with JOGL even though I had tried to scrub for that.
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