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    gsmurthy30 is offline Member
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    Default URGENT: How to include a library in Java class path?

    I am working on sample projects on Windows.
    In that i have downloaded JOGL binaries, decpmpressesd them. Tutorial says i need to ensure that this lib is included in the java Class path. I am working with Eclipse.

    please let me know how could i do this?

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    Please don't cross-post it is extremely rude (in netiquette). Stick with your other thread URGENT: How to include a library in Java class path?

    Edit: BTW, this is far from Urgent. It might be "urgently needed" by you, but marking your post as "urgent" is an attempt to pass your urgency off on us. We are here giving advise and support on a volunteer basis, your "urgency" means absolutely nothing to us. It is not at all urgent, to us. And for you to demand (by marking your post urgent) that we drop everything else, ignore everyone else's questions, and focus all our energy on your simplest of classpath problems, is just plain rude. Almost unbelievably so.
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    my apologies.

    Thank you for the reply.

    EDIT: Dear Masijade: I totally agree with you that i made a mistake. i put it as urgent since i am working against a timeframe to decide on making a choice between two technologies (Flex vs java with jOGL) for my upcoming application. i tried myself to achieve the task somehow, but could not. So, felt to take the help of java community in my need.
    My sincere apologies again.
    Last edited by gsmurthy30; 09-15-2008 at 08:49 AM.

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    It wastes time to cross-post, we all have problems with classpath. Fastest is probaly as in eclipse help groups.

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