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allan
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I am a beginner of java, I want to use jai in eclipse. How can I install the jai to the eclipse? Is there any materials about how to use jai in eclipse?

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Phillip Baird

Take a look at the Holongate project at http://holongate.sourceforge.net

You'll want the J2D4SWT downloads which let you do Java2D with Eclipse's
SWT window library. You then need JAI either installed against your
JRE, or the JAI plugin installed against Eclipse. The webpage has all
the details.

/PhillipB

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Stéphane WASSERHARDT

Holongate is not really needed : since swt 3, you can directly use a
embedded awt frame into a swt composite. Holongate can be used to redirect
awt events into swt event queue, and some other things, but you can work
without it ...

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Envoyé : lundi 24 octobre 2005 02:41
À : interest@jai.dev.java.net
Objet : Re: [JAI] Excuse me, about jai in eclipse

Take a look at the Holongate project at http://holongate.sourceforge.net

You'll want the J2D4SWT downloads which let you do Java2D with Eclipse's
SWT window library. You then need JAI either installed against your
JRE, or the JAI plugin installed against Eclipse. The webpage has all
the details.

/PhillipB

jai-interest@javadesktop.org wrote:

>I am a beginner of java, I want to use jai in eclipse. How can I install
the jai to the eclipse? Is there any materials about how to use jai in
eclipse?
>---
>[Message sent by forum member 'allan' (Liu Xiaohan)]
>
>http://www.javadesktop.org/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=121130𝤪
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loki der quaeler

from reading the original question, i'm not sure whether (s)he isn't
asking about how to include the jai libraries in their eclipse project
(ie. make a user library)...

On 24 Oct, 2005, at 8.24, Stéphane WASSERHARDT wrote:

> Holongate is not really needed : since swt 3, you can directly use a
> embedded awt frame into a swt composite. Holongate can be used to
> redirect
> awt events into swt event queue, and some other things, but you can
> work
> without it ...
>
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Phillip Baird [mailto:fanofbasilbrush@yahoo.co.nz]
> Envoyé : lundi 24 octobre 2005 02:41
> À : interest@jai.dev.java.net
> Objet : Re: [JAI] Excuse me, about jai in eclipse
>
> Take a look at the Holongate project at
> http://holongate.sourceforge.net
>
> You'll want the J2D4SWT downloads which let you do Java2D with
> Eclipse's
> SWT window library. You then need JAI either installed against your
> JRE, or the JAI plugin installed against Eclipse. The webpage has all
> the details.
>
> /PhillipB
>
> jai-interest@javadesktop.org wrote:
>
>> I am a beginner of java, I want to use jai in eclipse. How can I
>> install
> the jai to the eclipse? Is there any materials about how to use jai in
> eclipse?
>> ---
>> [Message sent by forum member 'allan' (Liu Xiaohan)]
>>
>> http://www.javadesktop.org/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=121130&#121130
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>>
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Stéphane WASSERHARDT

Humm maybe you're right. In that case, if JAI was installed as part of the
JDK/JRE, there should be nothing to do. But if JAI was simply "put" on the
system, you must add some jars to the eclipse project's classpath : if I
don't make any mistake, JAI jars are :
Mlibwrapper_jai.jar, jai_core.jar, and jai_codec.jar
If you want to use hardware acceleration etc., you must also put the native
libraries in a place pointed by your PATH environment variable, or else set
the -Djava.library.path vm parameter to the directory containing the
libraries.

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De : loki der quaeler [mailto:loki-lists@weltschmerz.org]
Envoyé : lundi 24 octobre 2005 08:52
À : interest@jai.dev.java.net
Objet : Re: [JAI] Excuse me, about jai in eclipse

from reading the original question, i'm not sure whether (s)he isn't
asking about how to include the jai libraries in their eclipse project
(ie. make a user library)...

On 24 Oct, 2005, at 8.24, Stéphane WASSERHARDT wrote:

> Holongate is not really needed : since swt 3, you can directly use a
> embedded awt frame into a swt composite. Holongate can be used to
> redirect
> awt events into swt event queue, and some other things, but you can
> work
> without it ...
>
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Phillip Baird [mailto:fanofbasilbrush@yahoo.co.nz]
> Envoyé : lundi 24 octobre 2005 02:41
> À : interest@jai.dev.java.net
> Objet : Re: [JAI] Excuse me, about jai in eclipse
>
> Take a look at the Holongate project at
> http://holongate.sourceforge.net
>
> You'll want the J2D4SWT downloads which let you do Java2D with
> Eclipse's
> SWT window library. You then need JAI either installed against your
> JRE, or the JAI plugin installed against Eclipse. The webpage has all
> the details.
>
> /PhillipB
>
> jai-interest@javadesktop.org wrote:
>
>> I am a beginner of java, I want to use jai in eclipse. How can I
>> install
> the jai to the eclipse? Is there any materials about how to use jai in
> eclipse?
>> ---
>> [Message sent by forum member 'allan' (Liu Xiaohan)]
>>
>> http://www.javadesktop.org/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=121130&#121130
>>
>>
>
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