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Offline itistoday

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There's too much blood in my caffeine system.

« Posted 2004-10-31 16:01:52 »

I'd like to be able to send my game to people in something like this folder structure:

-+ Game Folder/
---- My App.jar
---+ libs/
------ xith.jar
------ jogl.jar
---+ native libs/
------ nativelib.jnilib
------ nativelib.dll

How can I load these libraries from within the code of My App.jar?  Is it not possible? If it isn't, then is it possible to load native libraries and jar libraries from within a single jar file (i.e. My App.jar contains the folder libs)?

Offline aNt

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-11-01 06:00:59 »

from the comandline; think its:


Offline kevglass

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-11-01 07:29:24 »

I think its more like:


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Offline aNt

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2004-11-01 08:20:03 »

thats the fella.. memory fails me again! oops

or use webstart less hassle and nicer... there are also lots
of nice exe runners (and .app) stuff out there for java now.
Offline itistoday

Junior Devvie

There's too much blood in my caffeine system.

« Reply #4 - Posted 2004-11-01 17:13:59 »

Thanks, but my question was how can I run it from within the code.  I'd like to be able to do this to make it easier for my users since I don't want them to have to deal with the command line.  Someone suggested for me to use a java application installer called IzPack that would install the libraries in the proper global java extensions folders, however, I'm still wondering if it is even possible to do this from within the application code.

Offline DonCrudelis

Junior Devvie

« Reply #5 - Posted 2004-11-01 17:57:50 »

As a reply to exe wrappers, you could take a look at
I am using it and I don't have any problem with it.

Good luck
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