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From A Leg <hale_in...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Jelly : Is Jelly still active
Date Fri, 15 Oct 2004 05:12:21 GMT
Hi Dion

I sent my e_mails on this list and on maven list.

I have eclipse 3.01. Does Jelly require swt jar for 2.1 specificaly ?
Does Jelly install some swt jar during download ?

Eclipse works good on my machine.

But with your infos will help me to find out, I hope.

Thank's for your help

Andre
Dion Gillard wrote:

>Andre, where did you send the emails?
>
>I haven't seen them.
>
>The answer is that JellySwt and the swt jars need the swt binaries in
>the path (LD_LIBRARY_PATH?).
>
>I believe the swt jars that are provided are using the windows native
>code. Replace the swt jars with the appropriate ones for eclipse 2.1
>on linux and make sure the swt binaries are in the path.
>
>
>On Thu, 14 Oct 2004 20:58:22 +0300, A Leg <hale_india@yahoo.com> wrote:
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>>Hi
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>>I send several mails about a problem I have with Jelly.
>>Running JellySwt demo on a Linux Fedora 2 I got this error
>>no swt-win32-2128 in java.library.path
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>>And no answers.
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>>Is Jelly a project still active ?
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>>Thank's for any answer
>>
>>Andre Legendre
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