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    Default Installing Batik to use in Eclipse

    Hi, I am new to Eclipse and Java but have some programming experience. I have look every where for an explanation on how to install a toolkit like batik
    in Java. Batik is used in SVG related projects. I found an Eclipse plug-in but no explanation on how to install it.

    I have the batik compiled jar files. Could someone give me a quick description on how I include them in Eclipse projects .

    Thanks for any help. I have searched everywhere burning a day looking for a solution to this most basic issue.

    kent

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    Default Got it. Trivial if you know where to go.

    As I suspected very easy if you can conjure up the right google search.
    For those interested see:
    How to Add JARs to Project Build Paths in Eclipse (Java) - wikiHow

    kent

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    Even better way to do this. Right click on Project>Properties>Build Path>Libraries>Add External Jar>Choose batik*.zip

    That is it.

    kent

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    Default Re: Installing Batik to use in Eclipse

    Quote Originally Posted by nanobean View Post
    Even better way to do this. Right click on Project>Properties>Build Path>Libraries>Add External Jar>Choose batik*.zip

    That is it.

    kent

    I tried to reference the batik folder in this way and it did not work for me. I get errors telling me that files cannot be found. I have tried Kent's suggestion with both the latest source zip folder and the latest binary zip folders for Batik. I am trying to use the batik transcoder.

    Thanks for the help,

    Codeguy

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