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balaji_r_s
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I have so far used only java . i am quite new to JAVA 3D . what r the basic things to be installed. i obtained a installer of java 3d1.5. but it is not getting compiled.

something is missing. wheree should i search for the packages????? what other nthings should be in stalled. please post the links.

If possible provide me with a detailed. tutorials.

my project is solving Rubik's cube. any useful tips always invited.

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William Tracy

On 9/20/07, lg3d@javadesktop.org wrote:
> something is missing. wheree should i search for the packages?????
> what other nthings should be in stalled. please post the links.

What operating system are you on? Windows? Mac OS? Linux? Solaris?
BSD? OS/2? Symbian? FreeDOS? (Sorry, I got carried away there.)

Are you trying to compile Java3D from source? Why do you want it
compiled from source?

What did the error message say was missing?

You should be able to download Java here:
http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

and Java3D here:
https://java3d.dev.java.net/binary-builds.html

If you are doing something special, it would help to know what that
something special is.

--
William Tracy
afishionado@gmail.com -- wtracy@calpoly.edu

Assembly language experience is [important] for the maturity and
understanding of how computers work that it provides.
-- D. Gries

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balaji_r_s
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i am using windows xp.
i installed this java3d-1_5_1-windows-i586.zip.
i dont know in which directory to compile the code.
it defaultly installs the java3D binaries in c:/java/java3D.
could u please elaborate the installation cum compilation process and where to copy the library packages.