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From Vijay Aravamudhan <avij...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: facing the problem in package
Date Fri, 01 Aug 2008 12:22:55 GMT
check that your classpath has been set and includes the directory where 
your sources are being compiled to.

hth,
Vijay

Kamran Hameed wrote:
> folks .. this is my package structure. I have a root src folder. In src i
> have a mpjdev package which contains some files. This mpjdev also contains a
> folder nativ, which contains its files. Now i have several files in nativ
> such as Comm.java, Group.java, Status.java etc
>
>   Note that every class in package mpjdev.nativ has the following same
> package statement at the top
>
> package mpjdev.nativ
>
> In Comm.java, i am trying to call Group.java 's object. (Both classes are in
> same package) When i try to  compile it i get the error
>
> [javac] found   : mpjdev.Request
>      [javac] required: mpjdev.nativ.Request
>      [javac]         req[i] = device.isend(wBuffer, ids[i],
> (calContextTag+i), context);
> .
> .
> .
> .
> .
>
> Since i am new to ant, i used javac Comm.java to see it it compiles, it gave
> the follwiung output
>
> omm.java:57: cannot find symbol
>    symbol  : class Group
>    location: package mpjdev.nativ
>      public Group group = null;
>                       ^
>    Comm.java:58: cannot find symbol
>   symbol  : class Group
>    location: package mpjdev.nativ
>      public Group localgroup = null;
>                        ^
>   Comm.java:69: cannot find symbol
>   symbol  : class Group
>   location: package mpjdev.nativ
>     Comm(xdev.Device device, Group group) throws MPJDevException     {
>
> .....
>
> I have correctly added the package in the classes, i dont know why its not
> compiling
>
> ONE more thing i notice is that there is a class Status.java in the same
> package but this class doesnt contain an object of any other class of same
> package and it compiles well without error. but when ever i try to call
> classes that are in the same package, it gives error....
>
> Can any one help
>
>
> --
> Kamran Hameed
>
> http://hpc.niit.edu.pk/~kamran
>
>    

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